Help....warning, I'm having a slow day. I typed "The flag is for you." which apparently is not the same as "The flag is yours." as stated above. It told me I got it wrong and that the answer is "The flag is from you." So i guess my question(s) is/are What is the difference in for you/yours/from you? Am I completely missing this because I'm trying to translate literally? Bedankt!!
Sorry, i don't have an answer but, like you, i am also a little confused by this. It accepted my answer of the flag is "from you", but it says it also accepts the flag "is yours". To me these seem like entirely different statements. I'm not sure how they can both be acceptable unless the language allows some ambiguity in this phrase that you then have to work out in the context.