I am a bilingual Polish and English speaker, and I am still waiting to hear this sentence. One day, one day...
Do you come from a traditional family? men and maps, women and kitchens? lol
Odd, I consider it one of the more plausible sentences, well, except for the pronunciation!^^ How she says "mapę" in this instance sounds really funny, here at least, could be a client-side thing, dunno.
PS: And then you're an English/Polish bilingual.. taking the Polish course on Duolingo, excuse me: what?!?^^ Is this just for the kicks?
Well, in a way, I did take the placement exam just for kicks. However, sometimes I like to look at the lessons, work out some of the kinks in the questions, and answer questions that people have left in the comments.
That's good. There are a lot of things that could use some explaining. E.g. feel free to state which cases, numeri and gender words are whenever you suspect people might get it wrong (i.e. almost always) and you will be helping many learn Polish better and faster.