Its not a perfect prime because there is one semitone between the two notes.
A to A is a perfect prime.
A sharp to A sharp is a perfect prime.
A to A sharp is an augmented prime.
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It is probably not a glitch or bug. But rather has to do with the fact that there are multiple intervals inside the chord. The question is about the third heard from the root note of the chord, as in "the third of the chord"
If you hear a C major triad, the notes C - E - G.
Then C to E is a major third (and the correct answer to this question)
But E to G is definitely a minor third, just as C to G is a perfect fifth.
So either you are not hearing the interval correctly because you're not hearing it from the root of the chord. And/or you are confused about the question itself, which asks about the third in the chord (which refers to the third from the root note).
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The major third of G sharp is B sharp, not C.
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First of all, well done to have come this far in Sonid!
Answering chord progression questions by ear can be very challenging at first.
To play progressions by ear first try to determine the key, ie major or minor, and where the progression ends so that you have a reference to the tonic. Knowing the key will make sure you use the right degrees in it. (for instance knowing G major key has G Am Bm C D Em F#mb5 and hearing an E in the bass would assume the chord is Em)
After that listen to the bass notes of the the progressions. When you've found those you can combine your theoretical knowledge about the key and your hearing into the right chord progression.
When advancing further with hearing progressions alternative chords might be used and you will need to be better at hearing which chord is on the bass note. For instance, the third degree in C major might be replaced by E7 (instead of the Em which is normally on the third degree of C major). Although in Sonid this is very limited for now, more lessons about progressions will come later.
It does not say you heard a major second. Then the M should be a capital letter. m2 is a minor second.