Translation:A wallet is a container for carrying money.
"Purses and wallets are places for carrying money."
Does monujo include both big bags with shoulder straps and latches, and wallets that slip into tight back pockets?
If it does, singling out wallets and leaving purses out seems like it's conveying the wrong meaning.
Interestingly there seems to be a bit of disagreement between my various dictionaries on this point. Aside from monujo I'm also finding words like burso (pouch tied to belt), retikulo (handbag) and ŝultrosako (shoulderbag) as well as biletujo and monbilujo (both being specifically "wallet") as well as several others in books and files which I just didn't leave open on my desk. I notice that nothing claimed to mean "money clip."
I think that perhaps we can accept that monujo is a generic term for a place where we keep money, and if we need to be more exact then we can delve into our various dictionaries, or whatever, and choose from the various terms available there.
And I have noticed that Duo will go with the generic whenever possible.
Can I use -ujo for referring to cage of animal ? for example, porkujo for cage of pig, hundujo for cage of dog ?
PIV defines "hundujo" as "Dometo, en kiu oni tenas gardohundon dumtage" (small house, in which one keeps a guard dog during the day) -- I would call it a kennel (UK) / doghouse (US).
But it could theoretically apply also to a carrying container for a dog, or even a cage.
I could be wrong, but I'm inclined to add portebla to your animal carrier, and I know that there's a word for cage.
Thank you, I couldn't think of the word, was away from my desk, and if I go to my surpoŝtelefona vortaro I get kicked out of Duo.
I suppose this is the purpose of all wallets, so I chose (drop down menu) "monujoj" which was taken as incorrect. I already reported it, but can anyone confirm that my answer should be correct?
If this was a choose-the-right-answer dropdown for the first word, then your answer is incorrect, because "ujo por porti monon" is singular, so "monujo" should be as well.
If the rest had been "ujoj por porti monon", then "monujoj" would have been appropriate.
i.e. either "A wallet is a container..." or "Wallets are containers...".
You essentially picked "Wallets is a container for carrying money".
Should "wearing" money also be accepted? We learned portas as "wears" in the clothing module, so that's what I put.
"porti" in Esperanto, like "porter" in French or "tragen" in German, refers both to physically holding something so that it does not fall down ("carry") and to having something on as clothes ("wear"), but in English, we use separate verbs for those concepts.