I still can not figure out what is the difference between 'maritum' and 'maritus':(
maritus is the nominative singular, the subject of the sentence, the one 'performing': maritus librum habet -> 'the husband has a book'
maritum is the accusative singular, often the direct object of the sentence, the one 'acted upon'.
The sound is really strange there, tbh
Why it doesn't accept "pium habet maritum"? It's a classic order of words in latin.
Because the course-writers are barbarians! :-)