In this case does each woman have an apple or does a group of women have one apple?
I would say the latter. For the former I would say „Każda kobieta ma jabłko” or „Kobiety mają po jabłku”.
• women have an apple.
• The women have an apple."
Imagine the first solution started with an "a"… but you can't put indefinite article for plural, so you just drop it.
Both solutions are correct, since Polish has no definite/indefinite distinction usually (in Polish we would use words equivalent to "this/that" and "some/any" to express that concept, but only when it is absolutely required in the context to avoid confusion).
I keep answering this correctly and it keeps saying im wrong and then telling me the correct answer, which is what ive answered. Getting on my nerves now, gonna delete the app -_-
It's possible that you made a mistake that you didn't notice. It's best to show a screenshot of that happening and/or using the "my answer should have been accepted" report button. That way the course managers can see what's wrong there.
It's similar to English with the following differences:
There are no letters Q, X or V
The following letters are added: Ą, Ć, Ę, Ł, Ń, Ó, Ś, Ź, Ż. They come after their basic equivalents (A, Ą, B, C, Ć, D, E, Ę, and so on)
The final two letters are Ź, Ż in that order.
If you're using a smartphone, I recommend using SwiftKey, you can have up to 5 keyboards at the same time.
If you're using a computer and your keyboard is the English one, you can just change it to Polish, it has everything in the same places plus all the 'accent marks' (right alt + L = Ł, for example).
I'd just say that I wouldn't call them 'accent marks' at all, because they don't change the accent. They are simply special characters.