"Two strong men and two skinny women."
Translation:Doi bărbați puternici și două femei slabe.
"oameni" (sg. om) is the Romanian word for "humans", "people". The default translation of the sentence above is "Doi bărbați puternici și două femei slabe". I guess the course makers accept "men" to be translated as "oameni", because that's how it's sometimes used in English.
Thanks -- I agree that "men" can share the same meaning as "humans", but typically I think of a more general use like, "Be nice to your fellow man" (shares with human) whereas this example is talking about "Two strong men..." etc and feels strange saying "humans" unless I am an alien. Good to know though, good practice with the word usage.