"Die Frau trinkt einen Tee."
Is is necessary to use einen? Couldn't you just say, "Die Frau trinkt Tee." That is what we say in english anyway.
Die Frau trinkt tea means that the woman drinks tea in general. "Die Frau trinkt einen Tee" means that right now she is drinking one (cup/serve of) tea. Like if you're at a restaurant and say "I'll have a tea". That's fairly typical in my experience.
Usually they say either Woman or Lady will do,but now i'm tharwted,when i put lady it's no-go ??
Shouldn't the "einen" be omitted? In English, we don't say "I drink a tea" or "She drinks a tea." We say "I drink tea."
Also, this isn't English. So you need to be ready for a different sentence structure. In my experience, it's not advisable to translate directly from English in your head.