"He and she are siblings."
Translation:Lui e lei sono fratelli.
That would just mean "I have two siblings". "Ho un fratello ed una sorella" would be a brother and a sister.
Duo rejected "Lui ed lei sono fratelli." Are "ed" and "e" not, then, interchangeable terms for "and"?
Ed is used when 'e' comes before a word that starts with a vowel. "Lui e lei" versus "Lui ed io."
"Parenti" means "relatives" in general, including parents, grandparents, cousins,...
He and she are siblings, I put "Egli ed ella sono fratelli" and corrected "Ella ed egli sono fratelli", and I lost my last heart :/
Me too. I was going to mark both as correct but they specifically said "siblings" in English, so I figured the other "correct" choice was a trick question.
Lui e lei sono sorella e fratello. This was marked wrong for putting sister first. :(