There's only a slight difference:
La femme - The woman Les femmes - The women
'femme' takes and 's' on the end when it is plural, and the definite article needs to agree with the noun. 'le' and 'la' both have the plural form 'les'.
I think plural form of la for female is still 'les', correct me if I am wrong!! so there's no plural form for female articles ?
Oh god im getting bored with calm women. Can't we have a bit of excitement
"Sont" is plural. 3rd person perhaps "es" is the 2nd person singular
Source: I have 15 minutes of french experience on Duolingo
so for 'are' can we also use 'il y a' or 'y a'(not sure if this exists) instead of 'sont' ?
Shouldn't this be in the idiom section? Surely there aren't any calm women in France either?
As far as I know "women" here refer to women in general - there's no need for the article "the"
So if it's more than 1 person calme turns into calmes? Or is it something else that is adding that 's'?