Translation:The specialists speak with the king.
Grrrr....'cause of the weird phrases Duo uses, I thought they were talking to a lion! Pop goes another heart.
Why are the examples here about kings, princes, bishops, etc...? I think there should be more relevant occupations to learn about since none of these exists today.
Maybe not in Brazil, but in Europe there are still plenty of kings & princes. Although I wouldn't expect them under the category "professions".
Why isn't it "as especialistas"? How can you mix masculine os with feminine especialistas?
It's not mixed. It is masculine indeed. In general, words ending with "a" are feminine, but that's not an absolute rule. And here is one exception.
This word actually doesn't change whether it's masculine of feminine.
Does the verb falar mean both 'to speak' and 'to talk'? I didn't try using 'The experts talk to the king'.
A specialist specializes in a field of study (e.g. an ear doctor can also be called an ear specialist, given context) , an expert has a high degree of knowledge about their field. In other words, there are a number of specialists out there but very few can be called experts. Only the best of the best are called experts. Hope that helps!