Translation:The two young people are the least rich.
Why is there a "cei" before "doi tineri"? It seems to act as some kind of definite article, but I'm not sure how to use it. So far I've only seen it being used in the superlative form.
In 2 years no one has been able to provide an answer to this question? I would really like to know as well :P
"The two youngsters..............." should be accepted. A youngster is a young person. It's a perfectly normal english word in common usage.
I also got rejected, for "youths". I feel like youngster is a word my Dad's generation would use, but maybe it's regional.