Implies feminine- could be "Do you ladies"
I agree. "Do you ladies sell umbrellas?" should be accepted. Why not?
So the formal pronouns conjugate verbs to 3rd person plural (like in Romance languages)? Is that commom in other Slavic languages?
I don't know abour Slavic or Romance languages, but in Polish PLURAL formal pronouns conjugate verbs to 3rd person plural. SINGULAR formal pronouns conjugate verbs to 3rd person singular.
Yes, sorry, that's what I meant (was thinking plural because this question used the plural). Thanks!
Are you selling umbrellas should be accepted
This one tripped me up. I went with they instead of you but if I would say this in Georgia we would say "Do y'all sell umbrellas?' :-)
Well, we accept y'all for "wy" (normal plural 'you'), but as this is formal... I guess we should stick to just 'you' or adding "madams/ladies/ma'ams" which of course isn't rather a popular thing to do in English ;)
Do the ladies sell umbrellas?
Well, technically... ok, added.
As should "Are the ladies selling umbrellas?" ? If not how is that sentence written in Polish? Thanks
That also technically can work, added.
It would be preferable to say "te panie" = "these ladies" to make it clear what you mean, though.
What's with the silly figures in the sections where you type what you hear? I liked it better before.
They were used in some languages before, and apparently they were added to all the languages now.
If you really hate them so much, check here: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/43900693