Translation:I cannot use my robot. The repairman is repairing it.
'oH in this case has 3 hover tips, none of which are correct for this case.
it is (for verb form)
is (for verb form)
it [is] (for subject? This tip is a little weird, and doesn't cover cases like legh 'oH'?)
In this case, it's an object, so what we want is just a plain it (and we can eschew the final tip?)
I don't know why I did the hover, perhaps I was testing the hover hints to find bugs, or to see how it translated it in the optional direct object case?
Having said that though, I probably don't know the pronouns as well as I'd like. The course doesn't use too many of them, and while I'm pretty sure I would have been able to state affirmatively that it was a third person singular pronoun, I don't think I have ghah vs 'oH fully memorized. I'm still level one on almost all of the skills.