I have "The gladiators should fight", and this was marked wrong.
I think I could have said this sentence when I was at the Colosseum back many lives ago, watching the gladiators who were there, and unhappy with their lack of fighting spirit. Since I was talking about specific gladiators, the sentence with the definite article should be correct.
What do you think? Should I report it or am I overlooking something? Thanks! :-)
I agree - definite articles are intrinsic to the Latin noun so should be an option.
Either (no article or "the") should be a correct translation, as we are without context here.
Again, need a different sense of verb "debeo" than just should, such as "ought to, am obliged to, am bound to" etc.