Does this imply that many women ate a single sandwich (i.e., that they shared it) or that women were eating fish sandwiches? Is there a way to tell in Portuguese?
Well.... in portuguese it mean both, but the one which comes closer to be the most correct is that each woman is eating a fish sandwich,not sharing it
Could it be a sub sandwich, cut up and everyone has some?
Um sanduíche means one sandwich (or a sandwich)
I keep having mistakes becaus some times my english is not perfect... that i hate. No fare cause i usually understand perfectly....
The bad thing with this program for me is that I am picking up the words faster at speaking them than spelling them.
"Sandwich with fish" also?
I first understood this as plural " the women" but why not use "A mulher"?
A mulher is singular (the woman)