so you just got to imply that it is going to be "a woman" or "the woman" there?
That's just the rule in English, it has to be either "a woman" or "the woman" if you have a countable singular subject.
So how would I say "A woman eats bread"? Do I have to put bir as the first word to clarify singularity?
"Bir kadın ekmek yer."?
you can but you don't have to.
How do i know that when to use "The"?
In English, "woman" is a countable noun, so you can only use it with an article, a plural, or both. Because the Turkish subject is (assumed to be) definite (and is singular), your best option is "the woman."
Does this app teach alphabet
The Turkish course does not have alphabet lessons, but there are only a few extra letters in Turkish that are not in English.
Why use the woman not a woman?
Subjects in Turkish are definite by default, so "the" is your best choice here, but both should be accepted.
Why is ""the woman eats the bread"" considered wrong?
To make the direct object of the verb specific ("the bread"), you would need to use the accusative case -- which will be taught in another skill.
The woman eats the bread. --> Kadın ekmeği yer.
I wrote it the exact same as the answer
We cannot see your answer, so it is impossible to tell you why it was rejected. You need to copy your complete answer here with your question.
It was a little hard to understand...