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# Dont understand challenge task 2 of 2

show me how to do it

dictionaries.swift
```let currencies = ["US": "Dollar", "UK": "Pound", "JP": "Yen"]

let ukCurrency = currencies
```

Like an array, but instead you type in the key, not the index

```let ukCurrency = currencies["UK"]
```

The answer it is looking for is...

```let ukCurrency = currencies["UK"]
```

But I think the question can also be answered (based on the video) like this...

```let currencies = ["US": "Dollar", "UK": "Pound", "JP": "Yen"]

let ukCurrency = currencies.removeValueForKey("UK")
```

If you use this one, the Teamtreehouse compiler will throw an error. It will not throw an error in xCode however.

Hope this helps!

Your second answer actually will not work because the dictionary currencies is declared as a constant, meaning that the the key-value pairs are immutable. You may capture a value in the dictionary, but you cannot remove or change the key-value pairs as long as the dictionary is declared as a constant. Besides, the challenge clearly asks you to CAPTURE one of the dictionary's values and assign it do a new constant, not MUTATE the original dictionary.

i resolved doing this let currencies = ["US": "Dollar", "UK": "Pound", "JP": "Yen"] let ukCurrency = currencies["UK"]