"They are women."
Translation:Ellas son mujeres.
How would you say "they are women" when referring to a group of men either if you're making fun of them for not being 'manly' enough or if it is a group of males that are playing the role of women (I heard that in Shakespeare's day, all the roles were played by men)?
Would you say "Ellos son mujeres" or still use "Ellas" even though in reality you are referring to a group of males?
It doesn't matter if you say 'ellas son,' or just 'son' in real life situations, but I'm not sure what the app will accept.
The same rule goes for: Yo soy Tú eres Él/ella/usted es Nosotros somos etc.
The form of the verb itself also automatically represents the pronoun it goes with.
Hope it helps!
This statement has nothing to do with the speaker, so your gender has nothing to do with it. And even if it was a first-person statement, DL usually provides a context for the gender. Think of it this way: When you're reading someone else's first-person narrative, it's their gender that matters, not yours. You're not inserting yourself into the sentence, you're translating someone else's words.
Two entirely different parts of speech.
las is a definite article
son is a conjugation of the verb
Hey y'all, can someone just asnwer me question? So now we say "Yo soy, Tu eres, El es, Ella es, nosotros ....???" Just tell my how it goes please♡ thank you!
Because "san" is not a conjugation of "ser".