видит may be easier to remember if you think about the Latin word 'vidit' ((she) saw) or 'video' (to see) in general. Some may find this useful :)
scholae, linguam Russicam Latīnē trādentēs, in Duolingo requīruntur! :D
I was just about to ask if it's related to the Latin word 'videre' (meaning to see), from which 'video' is derived.
To me, it sounds like "тарелку" has too many syllables. Is "Ta-re-el-ku" correct?
No, it only has 3 syllables, та-ре́л-ку. «Рел» sounds longer because it's a stressed syllable.
Accusative is таре́лку (tarelku), nominative is таре́лка (tarelka).
I wrote Mother sees a plate. It was not accepted I guess mother is too formal