"Today the bard writes a song."
Translation:Hodie vates carmen scribit.
The Latin Tip sheet (no 10) 'Work' in New Vocab Lesson 4 gives the meaning of 'carmen' as 'poem', and I don't think there's been a previous instance of it meaning 'song'. So perhaps the lesson definition could be amended to include 'song' too. I've reported this as 'something else went wrong'.
What sort of noun is 'carmen'? I understand nouns that end in o/a/um (masculine, feminine, neuter) but does this nice logical language also have quirky nouns too (argh!). I think there may have been nouns ending in 'is' earlier too which I failed to notice the significance of ....