Should it be "he plays while you work"?
I think that should have been accepted. Did you report it.
"He plays while you are working" was marked right.
Could I use "gamble" for "giocare" in this sense?
Is there a reason 'when' wouldn't work here?
Why is the singular present verb "gioca"? When does it take an "e" like decide, segue, vede, sente? I'm completely confused.
Because the infinitive is "giocAre", words with -are always end with -a in third person singular