"The man drinks tea"
Translation:Ο άντρας πίνει τσάι
Does this mean that "man" can be spelled in both ways?: Correct solutions: Ο άντρας πίνει τσάι, Ο άνδρας πίνει τσάι
That's right, both spellings are fine (it's a bit like colour/color in English).
But the course should only teach one even if it accepts the other, so I've now tried to remove the άνδρας spelling from showing up as a "suggested" answer (e.g. "another correct solution" or an option in multiple choice) while retaining it as an accepted alternative.
΄΄άνθρωπος΄΄ means ''human'' so it would sound weird to say ''the human drinks tea''
On second thought, it can be said but usually by old people or if speaking some dialect, but in that case ''άνθρωπος'' means only the male.