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Son mujeres

I've got a question. I guess I've met this before but I must have missed it. The question is, if we have a sentence like "Son mujeres", how do I know which form (2nd or 3rd) is mentioned? To my mind, it could state both for "You're women" and "They're women".

Please correct me if I'm wrong.

February 1, 2013

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You are correct. One needs context to decide. In Spain you need to distinguish between "sois mujeres" and "son mujeres," as well.

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