I enjoy that Duolingo accepts "Sie isst eine Person" for the "Type what you hear" exercises. In my French lesson, I just had a sentence that translated to "She brings a knife". Duo, you tickle the dark side of my sense of humour.
I have a question to German speakers. Does the phrase "sie ist eine Person" mean the same as the English "she is (has) a character" ? Or is it just a grammatically correct sentence with the meaning that she is a human being?