it'd be nice if this thing followed the rules of English, not just American
"Are you hungry " can be translated as either "Hai fame" if you are speaking to one person whom you address with "tu" or to one person you address formally as Lei. In fact, if by "you" you meant y'all, you could even translate it as "avete fame"
Where is it implied as "she" instead of "he/it"?
she was allowed. he was allowed. Alas 'it' wasn't.
What I don't understand is why 'do you have hunger?' does not go... and the highlighted word is HAVE not you, so I don't understand u.u