To long for a comment therefore added as answer:
Your question is unclear, I think you do not really understand the question and that you need to analyse the question more, what (very) exactly is what is given and what is asked for?
I suggest you carefully write out the givens give the elements names and write the situation out in basic statements.
Also analyse what is asked for (Is asked for a proof/an example/ a counterexample that given the givens, something is always/ is sometimes/ is sometimes not/ is never the case?
Maybe after you have analysed the question this way you do not need any help anymore at all. Sadly sometimes geometry is more textual analyse than mathematics.
I am wondering: Is the question you need to answer not in english and because you do not really understand the question you are not able to translate it?
Maybe the question is: (and to give examples how the question look after analysing)
- given 2 non intersecting lines $a$ and $ b $ and a transversal $c$ cutting both $a$ and $ b $. Show in the Klein model of hyperbolic geometry that a line $d$ exist that is not intersected by $a$, $b$ and $c$.
- given 2 intersecting lines $a$ and $ b $ and a line $c$ cutting both $a$ and $ b $. Show in the Klein model of hyperbolic geometry that a line $d$ exist that is not intersected by $a$ , $ b $ and $c$ .
(do you see the subtile differences?)
Also notice that the question on first reading is likely to put you on the wrong foot. (because the question is to give an example that given a situation something is not always the case, this is where the textual analyse and sometimes some psychology could be helpful)
to end with more general help:
Hopes this helps
Was thinking a bit more:
- Lines on in the Klein model (and also in the Poincare disk model) can be identified by their endpoints.
- If one line intersects another the endpoints seperate eachother (going round the boundary circle it looks like (an end of line a-an end of line b-an end of line a-an end of line b)
- if one line does not intersects another the endpoints do not seperate eachother (going round the boundary circle it looks like (a-a-b -b , a-b-b-a , they are the same)
- this way the whole question just becomes a question to put the endpoints in the right order on the boundary circle,
- draw the connecting lines between the endpoints
- and you are done.