Because it is Accusative of a masculine der Hut. Ein in Accusative turns into einen.
I however disagree with Duo that "The man wears a hat" is wrong. Heads off the DUO!
"The man wears a hat" is also correct.
"The man wears a hat" is correct as well
Couldn't this also mean "the man is carrying a hat"?
Yes, it can. The german sentence describes both, when the hat is either on the head or carried in the hand.
I have done this problem multiple times and it picks up every word, every time, except for "Hut."
Same, it's like the audio cuts out for the middle of "Hut"
I put 'the man's wearing a hat' and it marked me wrong
i heard tragt as trinkt
when do we use "einem"?
The audio line for "hat" sounds different than the when picking the option "hat"
Why is "bear" not preferable? In English it carries all the meaning of "tragen", no pun intended.