In case you’re wondering, it’s a minced oath-like reference to a saying that’s common in the IDF: לֹא מְאַיְּמִים עַל זוֹנָה עִם זַיִן lo me’aymím ‘al zoná ‘im záyin ‘you don’t threaten a wh–re with d—k’, i.e. ‘you’re not gonna threaten a soldier [e.g. the speaker] with this punishment [e.g. staying home for the weekend] because they’re too used to it by now’.
More such gems here (in Hebrew).
Stuff like "does the dove like wine" absolutely does not belong on the very first lesson of a language, which is purportedly about the letters of the alphabet, which is an alphabet that presumably almost no one who does not know the language is familiar with.
And it's not just "does the dove like wine". Pretty much this entire lesson is absurd. It should be thrown away and completely rebuilt.
There is some good news!
As of today, there are lessons in the app that teach the letters and the nikud! Just make sure you have the newest version of the app.
From what I understand, this is not a feature planned for the browser version, just the app.
Why would a pigeon like wine? The phrases have to at least make sense.
The first three skills introduce letters, several at a time. There aren't that many meaningful sentences you can create using the few letters that are introduced in the first skill.
I assume you're new, not only to Hebrew, but to Duolingo in general. Note that Duo is known for teaching languages using silly sentences. So, if you're not into that, you might as well stop using Duo, because there are plenty of sentences like this in the course.