"The woman has her wallet in the bedroom."
Translation:La mujer tiene su billetera en la habitación.
YOU ARE WRONG....bedroom is dormitorio also....habitación is room and sometimes bedroom....
It is probably more helpful to report this if you honestly believe the word choices are incorrect.
Remember, we are still teaching the system how best to translate words into English... also what are the best words to use in Spanish, as well.
en México utilizamos la palabra recamara como sinónimo de dormitorio y room es cuarto, por lo que bedroom es dormitorio o recamara.
I think that you have to recall how the app has taught you to use the words. Not how you wish to use them.
DL often seems to use purse and wallet interchangeably. However, in North America, purse is usually a bag with a handle on it carried by a woman and a wallet is usually a small foldable container for money and cards that you put in your purse or in your pocket. So, usually men have wallets and women have purses and women might also have wallets. This might be different in other countries. I take it that in Spanish, the terms are more interchangeable?