Hints are a bit like dictionary entries -- words can have multiple meanings, but not all of them are necessarily appropriate in any given sentence.
hören on its own can be translated as "listen to" in the context of Musik hören "listen to music".
But not in this sentence, where the object is "us".
Sometimes I have a very hard time understanding the verbal German sentences! I got this one wrong because I didn't understand... am I alone in that?
That's ironic, because the answer to the question in this exercise is "Wir hören dich nicht"
Or rather "Wir hören euch nicht". But since I can't edit comments from mobile :/
I re-played the sentence a few times and could just not make out the first word! Sounded as if the word began with a K??
I kept hearing "Wurst du uns" for some reason. Clearly not the correct answer.
That's the suggested translation, so I don't know what bug you encountered. Remember to use a leading capital letter and a question mark just to be safe.
Why is the slow pronunciation an option, if it is not actually available? Or am I experiencing an error? Because it is not working on many but not all of these sentences.
The first word is so unclear I could not make it out. I absolutely höre and versatile it night. So annoying as it ruined my 4 lesson run. The sound generally has deteriorated badly and has gone far beyond realistic speech. It gives the impression that the developers do not bother to check any more. So bad for a teaching system.