Couldn't this also be "The man eats."?
Yes, that's right.
So, what exactly does the 'en' after 'man' bring to the whole meaning?
It makes the word definite. Like the does in English.
man = man en = a en man = a man
mannen = the man
Why isn't this: the men. What's the difference between man and mannen
En man, mannen = A man, the man
Män, männen = Men, the men
I am confused about this one. I thought it was "a man" not "the man." How do I know the difference?
A man = En man
The man = Mannen
Why when I tap the pairs man is one?
Because the tap the pairs exercise is created by data mining, not by us course creators. It uses the hints for the words, so in this case you were shown a sense of the word that is only taught much later in the course.
Orden "man" har två betyder :
(1)man:för one person flera personer(den är pronomen)
(2)man:för man på engelska .
The first one is slightly incorrect. We'd say en in that case, not man. What you mean is the general "one", as in "one must not steal".
alternitave should be the man eats
Yes, that is also accepted.
Typed "The man's eating" and apparently that's incorrect but we use the apostrophe s contraction to represent "is" in day-to-day informal English. Shouldn't this be correct?
That should definitely be accepted. I think that perhaps the contraction was supposed to be created automatically, but since it isn't working, I'll add it explicitly instead.