"La mujer italiana es mi madre."
Translation:The Italian woman is my mother.
The only sensible scenario I can think of where one'd say this sentence is when your friend remarks about how hot "that Italian woman" is.
Can this be used any other way in spanish? Is this anywhat a normal spanish sentence or is it just conjured to educate us?
I wrote: "My mother is the Italian woman" to see what would happen and, of course, it was denied. DL likes one to be literal. I will report.
It says "la mujer italiana" not "es mi madre italiana". There is a difference.
Did you understand what the Spanish sentence means? That's all it is for. We are not learning how to say Spanish stuff different ways in English.
I must go to the bathroom now. Take my once a week medicine and eat some breakfast. I shall return later.