Why not: "We eat a good meat?"
Meat is normally uncountable. Not always (http://www.eslcafe.com/grammar/nouns12.html) but I am not sure it can be used this way.
Could abother translation be "we are eating good meat"?
If that could be the answer, why doesn't it accept it as right?
It is accepted. If it does not accept for you, check for typos and use the report button.
chci is one of the choices in English?
I do not understand your question.
Is it possible to back to a previous point in a different lesson to get information to compare it with a current question. Like I said I am new to this.
I don't think you can