Um... which word here means "imagine"?
Einbilden. It's a separable verb, but the hints aren't displaying properly on this page.
I'm back from a long hiatus away from German, and it seems that the hints are weaker now. "Bildet" shows "is", "educates", and "moulds". Is it supposed to be showing that?
Is "ein" at the end of the sentence an article?
"ein" is a separable prefix. It's part of the verb "einbilden".
Vorstellt sie sich dinge?
Nope, vorstellen is a separable verb. The (accepted) possibility would be:
Stellt sie sich Dinge vor?
How come? I recall reading somewhere that "sich vorstellen" means to imagine.
I even had this sentence written down.
"Kannst du dir so etwas vorstellen? = can you imagine such a thing? "
Because of the auxiliary verb ("kannst"), the main verb goes to the end of the sentence ("vorstellen).
Otherwise, the sentence would have the main verb split: "Stellst du dir so etwas vor?", I suppose.
Why not "Ob sie sich Sachen einbildet?
Fantasiert sie? Sounds better to me.
may be just me, but seems that Duo's correct answer has 1 instead of a question mark (while a question mark is not bing accepted)