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# I m having serious difficulties with that exercice. What is the correct answer ?

The challenge task 2of 2, i really don't get it. That s my answer i don' t where is my mistake let currencies = [ "US": "Dollar", "UK": "Pound", "JP": "Yen" ] let ukCurrency = [ "UK": "Pound" ]

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

Hello Maka:

Very good.. You almost got it, but here is how you want to do this

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

The seconds part of the challenge is worded in a somewhat difficult to discern way, but if you read carefully the challenge can be translated as "Create a new constant and name it ukCurrency, then give it the value "Pound".

```let ukCurrency = "Pound"
```

Hi Kyle:

Not that I want to contradict your answer. The challenge says Assign the value for key "UK" to a constant named ukCurrency.

This will be assigning

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

// If you call ukCurrency youβll see its value which is βPound"
```

What you are doing is declaring a constant name ukCurrency, and giving it the value of βPoundβ. The compiler takes this as the right answer and allows the challenge to be passed, but itβs not the answer they are looking for. Because this is declaring a constant, something that was shown in the first parts of swift basics. This challenge is about capturing a value from a dictionary.