Please help me, so "Sie sind Frauen." can both mean : "You are women" but also "They are women" ?!
No, it's really important to understand it in the first lessons, or you won't understand it later.
Formal you is very important in German, and it's the things you learn when you just start to learn a language, the very basics: the pronouns!
Just remember than the polite you (singular or plural, it's the same one), always uses a capitalization for the «S»: Sie. And is conjugated as a plural.
It's like saying «they are» to address only one person or a group of person to be polite. It's not so difficult.
@Zachary Yes, it's like Usted/Ustedes in Spanish.
No, because you are ONLY ONE woman, so in formal: Sie sind eine Frau. Frauen is the plural form
I wrote they are wonan and it marked it as wrong. And it gave ne as correct answer they are Ladies....
Burmt sie is fir she..how we can use it here for they??
The German words for "she" and "they" used to be pronounced differently about 1000 years ago, but through sound changes, they now both sound the same.
So sie is both "she / her" and "they / them".
It wasn't planned that way; it just happened.