"English" as a noun can only be used in the plural. It needs to be either "the English one" or "the English woman."
Lol these sentences keep getting more and more complex
Who is the curator of such wonderful sentences? I can only wonder.
Sentence is too long damn it!
23 words to choose from (in English), 6 of them are "the". An insane, pointless and absurd task. Please fix this course by removing all those useless absurdities.
Having proved incorrect in the past for not having added one/ones to the nationality adjectives when used as substantives, I did the contrary this time on all (the ones). Result? Wrong again!
What is the point of giving us sentences which you yourselves cannot translate into correct English?
You do understand the difficulty in finding people who are 100% in both languages, don't you?
Or, instead, you could assist, by reporting the item (as I have already), and suggesting corrections, in order to help improve the course as a whole.
I think this is strange thing to try to say in the first place though...in Hungarian as well (according to my Hungarian partner)
The English makes sense to me.
It is fine that it is complex however I bet you that you would never ever used such sentence in the real life
Oddly specific sentence.