In English "scene" can also mean a way of life, or a way of living or acting. As in, "hey man, that's not my scene," to say you wouldn't do a certain thing or hang out with a certain group of people. I guess it is slang, and probably originated in the 1960's with the hippie culture. I am wondering if σκηνή is used the same way in Greek?
I can't imagine what this is doing in this skill. Yes, "σκηνή" means "scene" but not in the English idiomatic way as "my lifestyle" but as:
"scene" as in a play "tent" yes the one you use for camping "stage" as in a theater.
Use the Drop DownHints to find out what Duo expects you to translate to. For example here you will find: "our scene"
"η σκηνή" is only used in five sentences on the course. To view them easily just go to the top of this page and click on the blue sentence. You'll see not only the sentences, the definitions, and also all the comments regarding them.
Perhaps you are thinking of "η στίγμη" which means..."moment''? They are rather alike. In the new tree, we have these words in separate Skills so as to avoid confusion, we learn something new every day.