What about "Man (as in mankind) has two feet"?
We usually use "Homem" too.
Is "the man has two trees" wrong?? It looks like they want us to insert "feet" every time. I thought pé means tree or plant as well
I wouldn't say it is wrong but in the context of this exercise, which is "your body", feet is the most appropriate translation.
Pé as plant/tree is usually written as "pé de (type of fruit/seed)".
Legs is one of the options so why it cannot be the man has two legs?
Legs = pernas
Not Jake the Peg then?
Isso é óbvio, se não, seria o Saci Pererê.