❤❤❤❤ I wrote "The woman is a man" :facepalm:
Its a trap!!! :-)
Mann = man, Mensch = human
Fortunately, I do not like robots as much.
This is exactly the kind of recognition that feminists have been fighting for.
Finally! Well done Duo!
I think this has been asked before, but is 'Mensch' ever used as a compliment in German? She's a good sort, she's a great help, she's ... hell why can't I think of an equivalent? But you know what I mean...
Sie ist ein guter Mensch, is a compliment. This duo sentence is very strange and you can't use it normally. Maybe it is from an Alien Film.
That's a reckoning.
"Mr. Corso, if that turns out to be true, it would be a revelation."
Frau Baronnes Kesler in the Romans Polanski's The ninth gate (In a faked, strong German accent).
To me this voice does not say Frau but Freu or Fräu or something. Dialect?
Would it consider it correct if I translated it "The woman eats a human."? Ist and isst sound the same.
That would be "Die Frau isst einen Mensch", I suppose, not "ein Mensch".
I wrote "The woman is human". It wasn't accepted. It's technically the same meaning, is it not?
You missed an indefinite article "a" before "human". So no, it's incorrect.
How long did men take to realize that!
I wrote: "the woman eats a men" =/