"The professor includes her brother."
Translation:La profesora incluye a su hermano.
Do more research on the personal 'a' in Spanish. It definitely helps! (I'm still struggling myself with this concept)
It didn't specify that the brother was the professor's brother so I didn't know to make it feminine...
If the brother is not the professor's brother, it would be better to translate this to: El profesor incluye al hermano de ella.
...plus... professor wasn't an option so i imagine this helps determine the context, that it was her (the professor's ) brother and not Her... some student or other female's brother
DL refused "El profesor incluye al hermano de ella".
"El profesor incluye a su hermano" was suggested instead --- which could be "...his brother" or "...her brother" .
The Translation offered at the top of this page is "La profesora incluye a su hermano" which could also be "his or her brother".
What happened to all the corrections over the last five years. The quality of these exercises has gone backwards!