The question I got was a select the missing word, so "Ābre rȳbas" is just as acceptable. he/she/it could hear the women too. the third option was rȳbis, which is also acceptable
This has been a systemic problem, please report any form exercises you get where this happens.
seems like someone didn't think that one through
Crazy. How are we supposed to know if it's "I hear the woman" or "He/she hears the woman"?
It's just a 50/50 guess as either choice is a grammatically correct and logical way to complete the sentence.
The verb here is "ryban" which means "I hear".
"rybas" means "she/he hears".
What about 'the woman (whom) I hear'?
This causes difficulty because in English there is no such way of forming a sentence. But for Spanish speakers the translation would be similar to: "A la mujer escucho".