"El cinturón es tuyo."
Translation:The belt is yours.
Hmm, the "explain" feature could be a little more helpful-- when you hover over 'tuyo' and ask for an explanation, it tells you that Spanish adjectives often change depending on the gender of the subject, and gives the example of using bonito for men and bonita for women. However, it doesn't explain whether 'tuyo' is a masculine or feminine word, leaving it up to the students to do outside research. (Not necessarily a bad thing, but if Duolingo wants to be able to be a complete tool for learning Spanish...!)