"Yes, your dogs have been eating my chickens."
Translation:Ano, vaši psi žerou má kuřata.
Czech only has 3 tenses. Past, present and future. So sometimes it takes a present tense to translate past perfect tense, sometimes it takes past tense. Here the dogs were eating and if not stopped they still will be eating my chickens. Czech would use a present tense.
Czech also has a specific word for "eat" when it comes to animals. ŽRÁT. When people eat, it is JÍST.
Dotaz. Běžná česká věta " Tvoji psi mi žerou moje kuřata" by byla "Your dogs eat my chickens to me? Nebo lépe "Your dogs eat me my chickens?"Nebo " Your dogs eat chickens to me" Myšleno, že mi je žerou kdykoliv mám nová kuřata, tudíž pravidelně, několikrát do roka a já si stěžuji sousedovi.
Psové is not normally used, except of some children songs like "plakali všichni psové, kopali jemu hrob...". It is grammatically possible,but not really used for speaking about normal animal dogs. Can also be encountered in some books, mostly used in a humorous way. Like in Karel Poláček's Bylo nás pět where the narrator is a small boy that uses a rather specific language trying to be really proper like at school.
Actually, if you read my comment properly, you would have seen my answer was there...I'll repeat...(mi was not the option, only má) In other words, the sentence structure wanted the word (mi) in the answer, but only (má) was listed as an option. So the typo was the system since it would not accept anything other than (mi). Both answers were acceptable.
If you believe it is clear from your description, well, it is not.
What has probably happened: You chose a different word order. You tried something like: "Ano, vaši psi má žerou kuřata." However, that is wrong and there is another solution which is quite close: "Ano, vaši psi mi žerou kuřata." so that's why it may have told you that.
However, way can only guess. If you actually told us what you actually answered, without arguing whether it is clear or not, we could have told you something more definitive.
Be aware that the comments written in a confrontational way like your first one are most often just deleted. There is no point guessing some answer like this. It isn't most often received well anyway.