Amazing. I have duo plus yet I am getting none of these clues or lessons. I wasted myy money.
"ludzie" includes male people in the word's definition, so it's grammatically masculine personal. The masculine personal version of "stary" is "starzy".
If you had only women here, it would be not masculine-personal: stare kobiety.
I think that would sound very weird, as if you were from another planet and you were treating "humans" as just one of the races in the universe.
When I hover over the word "ludzie", it says "Loo-Ji-Eh". But when it says the whole sentence, it sounds like "...Loo-Ji...". Does the "Eh" just soften out mid-sentence?
They should rather sound the same. And the -e sound should be heard. But well, if you hover over one word, you get the slow audio, so maybe that's the reason for the difference.