Translation:The dog sings.
this dog speaks korean, english, dance AND NOW SINGS????? CAN I HAVE A DOG THIS TALENTED PLEASE
That's the point. You're supposed to be able to understand them even if they don't make sense.
you can remember 노래합니다 is singing bc the beginning sounds like "do re" from do re mi fa so la ti do.
why is "is singing" given in the hints, but marked wrong when I used it in my answer?
를/을 is used to mark the object of a verb; if the dog were singing a song, song would be marked: 개가 노래를 노래합니다. In this case the dog isn't singing anything particular, just singing (i.e. the verb is intransitive and has no object), so there is no 를/을.
From what I learn the verb for "sing" is 노래하다, so I was confused when one of the examples use the 를 particle on 노래를._.
That's the singing dog from SpongeBob in the episode of the Pretty Patties
look how good a dog can sing : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-J2DXnqPwGo&list=PL1rDaj5mr-q6cmnH35_D55E3w6ELta-es
look how good a dog can sing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-J2DXnqPwGo&list=PL1rDaj5mr-q6cmnH35_D55E3w6ELta-es