I was thrown at first, because there wasn't a "Have" with a capital H in the options. In British English, we'd say, "Have you (got) a scarf..."
We say "3ndaki" "عندكِ" and not "3ndika" "عندِك".
It should always be عِنْدَك. Right or I'm missing something?
That's right, عِنْدَكَ for masculine and عِنْدَكِ for feminine.
Yeah, that's why I didn't use any short vowels on ك
Do you have a scarf, Judy? That's what I wrote. Why did i get it wrong?