Helpful tip for Norwegian course beginners:
Question words that begin with a question word (Hvor, hva, hvordan, etc..) Examples: Hvor bor du? (Where do you live?) Hvordan går det? (How are you?) lit. "How goes it?"
Questions without a question word begin with the verb! Examples: Bor du i norge? (Do you live in Norway?) Snakker du norsk? (Do you speak Norwegian?)
The correct answers for Hva spiser hun? should be "What is she eating?" and "What does she eat?".
The correct answers for Hva leser han? should be "What is he reading?" and "What does he read?".
If any of these sentences were not accepted, feel free to report them using the flag icon. Norwegian does not distinguish between the simple ([verb]) and continous (is [verb]ing) aspect like English does.
A little off-topic:
Does anybody know why in English the wh- cluster has become written in the reversed order to which it is pronounced? Looking on the question words in Norse and also on how some Northern English dialects pronounce wh, it gets clear that hw / hv is the correct order?
I'm going off memory here but I'm pretty sure it was in 1066 after William the conqueror took the throne in England he installed a lot of Norman grammar for the upper class as opposed to letting the Anglo-Saxon dialect continue. Example: hwenne became when but the lower class Anglo-Saxons continued to pronounce it as hwenne.