Wouldn't the translation be "the women talk in the library" because there is no 'are' in the Spanish sentence?
Yes, to say "the women are speaking" it would be "las mujeres estan hablando" not "las mujeres hablan"
Remember that the present tense (indicative) in Spanish means three things.
Tú hablas inglés. You speak English. You do speak English. You are speaking English. Tú comes pan. You eat bread. You do eat bread. You are eating bread. Tú vives en Buenos Aires. You live in Buenos Aires. You do live in Buenos Aires. You are living in Buenos Aires.
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It technically means the same but like in the Spanish language which I speak some like the arse mean the same as other words but doesn't necessarily have 2 be there
I wrote that too and got marked wrong. Came here to check if anyone else asked about it, so I will report it.
For the pronunciation exercises isolating difficult words like biblioteca would be helpful.
I thought this would be "los mujeres están hablando en la biblioteca", I would think un English DL's answer would be "the women speak in the library", I know it could sound odd but, context is important, it could be an answer to a question? Like "So when Danielle and Gina meet up and talk, where do they go?", "They speak in the library"
I entered "The women are speaking in the library" and it was marked wrong. Is this incorrect? :(
Woman/mujer (singular), women/mujeres (plural)
Man/hombre (singular), men/hombres (plural)