Laabisa is not a verb, right? What does it mean, literally?
"laabisatun" لابسةٌ ( literally means: "wearer") is 2ism faa3il اسم فاعل (the active participle?) from the word "labasa" لبس (means: "wear").
So, the sentence literally means: "Is she a T-shirt's wearer?"
Excuse me isnt shirt kamees in arabic
Yes, it is. "qamiiS" قميص is the Arabic word for "shirt".
Could this also mean "she wears a tee-shirt", eg, every day?
هل هِيَ لابِسةُ تي شيرتَ؟
my lessons seem to be lasting a very long time and if I quit before the end I am penalised by losing all the prevoius work .WHY IS THIS