"The woman writes a letter, alone."
Translation:La femme écrit une lettre, seule.
I am awful at remembering whether a noun is masculine/feminine! I thought I had this one, but nope. "un" instead of "une".
Because "dame" doesn't translate to "woman" in any way. I just looked it up and the google translator shows "woman" as one of the possible translations for the German "Frau", but not for the French counterpart.
I wrote "la femme écrit une lettre seule" without the comma. Would that imply that the woman wrote a sole letter, or does the word order have to be "une seule lettre" for that?