"She eats bread."
Translation:Sie isst Brot.
"Brot" should be capitalized (as should all nouns in German). If it isn't in one of the given solutions you should flag it with the "report a problem" option.
In two past sentences when I wrote Brot (with capital) the program said me that I was wrong :(
In this sentence "sie" is "she". "Es" = "it". Be wary, sie can also mean "they" or if capitalized it can be the formal "you". You will have to learn the verb endings to know the difference.
Also, I don't want to add more to the confusion, but sie can mean "it" when talking about a feminine noun, but put that in the back of your mind for now until you progress a little further. For now, er = he, sie = she (with the right verb ending), es = it. Hope that helps!
Thanks for your help.
I didn't realize that 'es' was neuter and sie was feminine.
If a stranger says this to me, how am I to tell if they said "She eats bread", or "It is bread"?
Because you are saying "She eats a bread." No one eats "a" bread, you just eat bread in general.