"Kobieta je jabłko."
Translation:A woman is eating an apple.
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That's not really an accent, it's called "ogonek" (yes, even in English), which means "little tail". It makes a different sound, which frankly it's closer to "o" than to "a". It's just the letters that are similar.
"kobieta" is the basic, Nominative form of this noun. It's used mostly for the subject of the sentence, as here.
"kobietą" is the Instrumental form. It's used mostly after "jest" and other forms of 'to be' in sentences like "Ona jest kobietą" (She is a woman).