A quick grammar rundown, because people are commenting things like 'If enough people report it, it will be okay!' (Bad grammar isn't okay.) First: 'She and me eat apples'. Many people make this mistake. 'Me and Patricia walk to school.' 'Luis and me go swimming'. Why is it wrong? It becomes obvious if you remover the "she and" bit: 'Me eat apples.' Unless you're studying Caveman Spanish, that's not very useful. So change it to 'I eat apples', and add her in: 'She and I eat apples.' Second: 'Her and I eat apples.' Lots of people do this, too. 'Her' is used in possessive cases, like 'that cat is HERS', or 'that phone belongs to HER'. It's not used as a noun. That just doesn't work. Also, just because: Some people complain that it should just be 'we', instead of 'she and I'. Well, yes, that is technically correct. But when Duolingo asks a task of you, you should do the whole thing. You shouldn't just try to find a loophole. If it asks you to translate 'Yo como manzanas y fresas', don't just translate it as 'I eat fruit'. You don't learn much that way. Well, that's all I really have to say...hope I could help!