Check out this site for the difference between "put on" and "wear". Learning English | BBC World Service www.bbc.co.uk › Home › Grammar, Vocabulary & Pronunciation Wear. When you wear your clothes, shoes or jewellery you have them on your body... When you put clothes on you place them on your body in order to wear them.
But here it's giving me both "put on" and "wear" as hints. I do know there is a difference between the two in English, so "indosso" can be used for express both meanings?
In this case since there is not context either can be used. If "put on" was not accepted you should report it. Here is a tip when using the hints from Duo always use the first word. Here are some other tips and be sure to bookmark and use the Guidelines given:
I write exactly want you want and my answers is incorrect. So what do you want?