"Ea este fiziciană, sora sa este chimistă."

Translation:She is a physicist, her sister is a chemist.

November 23, 2017

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Is this chemist as in a scientist who studies chemistry, or a pharmacist (I believe pharmacists are called chemists in Britain)?


It's a scientist who studies chemistry.


Can someone please explain why it isn't "... o fiziciană," and "... o chimistă". There is nothing in the Lesson Tips about not using the article.


Some languages simply don't use an indefinite article before a profession. Dutch is another example.


Technically, this sentence is not grammatically correct in English. (This is a comma splice where a comma is used to separate two independent clauses.) I know grammar rules are different in different languages, so I am curious to know whether this construction would be correct in Romanian or whether this is just Duolingo not writing properly.

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