Spanish(please help)3rd time reposting

I have to answer these using direct object pronouns. (help with answer translation)

1.donde compro juan la comida?

I buy it at the supermarket. (I know I use lo b/c its masc.)

2.donde compraste ese vestido tan bonito?

I bought it downtown at the mall. (la b/c fem.)

(No special attention needed for this one. Just an answer)

I'm confused with this one. I don't know what they are looking for.

¿quién hizo tu cama esta mañana?

I made my bed this morning?
I bought my bed this morning?
I woke up from my bed this morning?

(those are my guesses btw not real choices if ya can't tell)

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  1. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. 3rd time posting? Sorry, but it's the very first time I see it today!

    Please don't forget to capitalize what should be capitalized (first word of a sentence, proper names, etc.), place the proper punctuation and that includes the necessary accent marks!

    These are the Direct Objects:
    me, te, lo, la, nos, os, los, las.

    1. Where did John buy food? Since you are answering that question, the answer must say: John bought it (the food is feminine singular, so you use "la") at the supermarket. It appears you need a good English--->Spanish/Spanish--->English dictionary. You should try these answers FIRST and then you will no better where you have difficulty! The answer is: Juan l2 compró en el supermercado.

    2. Where did you buy that so pretty dress? I bought it downtown. Excuse me, you don't need help? (la b/c fem) is totally wrong, as the dress (el vestido) is masculine singular so you need "lo") Now, having done #1 so completely for you. Try the other answers and I'll be happy to check them for you.

    3. Who made your bed this morning? (hacer la cama = to make the bed) I made it (the bed is feminine singular, so you need "la") this morning.

    When you post the answers to #2 and #3, I'll be glad to check them for you. There are good dictionaries online, so if you need one, please ask.

    Sra

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  2. P.S. I have now been on over an hour. It's time for me to feed my rescue animals. I'll be back on before I go to bed, but it may be after you go to bed, so please check first thing in the morning, IF you have posted those 2 answers!

    Sra

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  3. O.K. It's 11:28 and I see no answers yet.

    Sra

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  4. once y veintinueve de la noche

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