Translation:The tiger is looking up at the person in the tree.
Is ember only masculine? If masculine or feminine, then person is the correct translation.
Person is indeed the correct translation. (Duolingo has this problem in several places, however.)
While "ember" can be any gender, many times it is understood to be a man. A woman would be specified as such. But this is just a usage thing, not a rule.
In my opinion ember means both human and man. In this case rather human because it states that it is a human being and not an animal that the tiger look up at. But person is good if we use it in the same meaning.
For example: 'Ecce Homo!' 'Behold the man!' 'Íme az ember!'
And there is also the sexist joke (Szekler phrase): 'A sör nem ital, az asszony nem ember, a medve nem játék.' 'beer is not a beverage, women are not men/human, you should not play with bears:'
So many problems with this one. "The tiger looks up at the person in the tree."
??? The tiger looks UP, ON the man ON the tree? How is this possible, if the tiger is standing under the tree? Was it not the almighty kindergarten teacher?
I think maybe néz used with -ra, re might be a bit like "looks upon" in (slightly archaic) English. Vv sey?