"They do not hear the horse."
Translation:Oni nie słyszą konia.
Why is this one and not oni. The sentence does not signify gender for thr they.
"One nie słyszą konia", Oni nie słyszą konia, nie słyszą konia are all correct, if DUO does not accept report when you can
One is for girls and Oni for boys... So for THEY could two of the answers be right.
Why does this sentence start with Oni nie... and not Nie oni like the others?
You NEVER split "nie" and verb. It is like there is new two part verb nie słyszeć.
I tried all of 3 answers and non of them work, it wont let me go to the next level
We don't know what the answers were for you, but most probably you need to check two of them: "Oni nie słyszą konia" and "One nie słyszą konia", as they're both correct.
I haven't been able to figure out the distinction between "oni" and "one." Is that gender? Is one a female "they" and the other a male "they"?
I know by trial and error that i need to mark both to get the correct answer.
"One" consists of only women.
"Oni" includes at least one man.
Well, theoretically "one" could also describe cats, or boxes, or trees - but such a usage is rare. Oh, also "dzieci" (children) are "one" even if these particular "children" you are describing are all-male.
This is t.he answer I chose, but I was told I was incorrect. But the answers given included this one.
We don't know what you answered.
Sometimes a bug causes a correct answer to be rejected.
Beginners often have problems with "They" because they don't remember that there are two ways of saying it: "Oni" and "One". So in a "check all the correct answers" exercise you need to check them both.
Słuchać - to listen to
Słyszeć - to hear
"słuchą" is not a verb form, it should be słuchają