I wonder why "She sells an antique hat" is wrong. If she runs an antique shop, that'd be an acceptable thing to sell.
As I say in my previous comment, "antique" is what I thought they had in mind. Anyway, I forced a refresh of "antigo" and asked for "She sells an antque hat" to be accepted. Interestingly, my vocab list includes "antigos" translated as "antique" but that word doesn't appear to have any associated questions.
Thanks. Sadly that was the only question I missed in the lesson.
For clothing, the conventional term is "vintage." What she sells in the sentence is, therefore, a vintage hat. This wasn't accepted as of 9/2015; reported.
Not if she is working at a second hand store, then it could just be an old had.
I got told antique was right when it rejected my use of ancient.
Why ancient is not correct? Isn't old=velho and antigo=ancient?