Repeat questions over and over in tests make the tests absolutely not challenging.
Then you may not be aware of the grammar tips and notes that accompany nearly every unit on this course.
They are not available on the mobile apps (except, apparently, to a randomly-select group of learners in an A/B test), and so you will have to visit the Duolingo website https://www.duolingo.com/ to see them. You may have to "request Desktop site" and/or use a different browser (I've heard the Puffin browser recommended) if you have a small screen (e.g. smartphone) and the Duolingo website does not display appropriately on your device's browser.
Click on a unit and you will see a little window pop up which will contain a lightbulb icon:
(The actual window may look different for you, but there should be a lightbulb.)
Click on that lightbulb icon and you will be taken to the tips and notes for the unit. They will contain explanations of grammar and occasionally vocabulary.
The tips and notes for the Questions 1 section contain this note at the bottom:
This skill contains both questions and statements.
If you had read that, you would not have been surprised that you encountered statements as well - the T+N would have told you so.
Read the T+N for all the other units in the future before starting them.
I said Germany is not beautiful (Deutschland ist nicht schön) and I still got it right
"Schoon" doesn't exist, the word you thought of is "schon" and it means "already".
That is not fair, in the beginning i have written Germany is nice and it's work and in the this hearing test it says Germany is beautiful
Firstly, not a question. Secondly it only asks the same three questions over and over
First of all: it is Deutschland(Germany) ist(is) schön(beautiful).
Type what you hear in German, for example: You might hear: "du bisht", but you knowing that this is German, should put "Du Bist", because there is no word "bisht" in German.
Just like a German might hear: "doo da dishez" but know that that is English pronunciation and know it is "do the dishes".