Whenever this sentence comes, for some reason I do not hear anything at all. I hear other sentences so I think the problem is not on my side. I reported "the audio does not sound naturally" .
To specify "she", wouldn't you need ona? There's no way to tell the gender from just Co ji.
Does she eat" would in Czech be only "jí?" or "ona jí?" but not "CO jí?"
I think Seastar meant the clues that hover over the words. The word 'jí' is translated as 'she' amongst the more accurate 'eating' stuff. Then again I don't know if that actually is correct, I'll leave that to be clarified by someone more knowledgeable.
Does this mean "what does she or he eat in general" or "what is she or he eating right now" or either, depending on situational context? In English, "what does she eat?" tends to mean in general, whereas " what is she eating?" means "what is she eating right now?"
It depends on context. It can mean what does he or she (or it) eat in general or eating at the moment.
I wrote " what do they eat" and this sentence is incorrect. I don't understand why.