"The woman drinks the coffee and the juice."
Translation:Femeia bea cafeaua și sucul.
Alright, question: as from previous lecture, to add 'the' to a masculine noun I need to add 'ul' at the end (e.g. copilul = the child), but why for the feminine case for woman it becomes 'femeia' from 'femeie' and 'cafeaua' from 'cafea'? Isn't it different?
Nah, not really. Both genders (since neuter is a combination of the others) have "the" added at the end of the word, only the form is different depending on which gender you have.
-e and -ă change to -a, but cafea already ends in -a so -ua is the article for it (and also all other nouns ending in a stressed -a)
Illogical since the instruction says to include ALL correct solutions. If one is incorrect, state why. I don't see the "milk" choice as incorrect, so I marked 2 correct answers -- which is allowed.