Here it's «they». Lukas + Anna = they.
Sie sind kinder = They are children (kids also accepted by DL)
sie sind = plural = they.
Sie sind (with «S») = seems a plural, but its a plural of politeness = polite you.
sie ist = singular = she.
I'm not getting voice or text on these "type what you hear" questions, can anyone advise please?
Why isnt this seid? I thought sind was only used when the person talking is part of the group they are referring to?
I got marked wrong because I said 'Lucas' not 'Lukas' in a listening exercise? That's not fair because I got the German right, just did a different spelling of a name!