"Man" is often used to collectively refer to mankind. It should be accepted.
"man" is the first definition of Mensch given in the Pons and the Oxford dictionaries.
Also, in German "Mensch" can be an exclamation, meaning "wow" or "good grief". In English "man" is used the same way.
"Man" is definitely correct here.
People wasn't accepted?
Mensch is singular, "people" is plural.
Person was not accepted.
"Person" is currently in the answer database. Did you take a screenshot, by any chance?
Plural of Mensch is Menschen people means Leute
"People" can translate to both "Leute" and "Menschen", depending on context; although "humans" is the first translation I'd put down for "Menschen".
Because people is plural. This sentence is only about one single person. Person i accepted here.
Why is it "Mensch" when I heard "Menschen" spoken
I've checked the audio files and see no problem.
The pronounciation is just horrible