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.
Because it is Accusative of a masculine der Hut. Ein in Accusative turns into einen.
"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.
Reported on 1/1/2019
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
It sounds like she is saying "Der Mann trägt einen Hemd."