The woman are not in the city is right but it says wrong
Matt, your sentence does not work in English because of number agreement between noun and verb: "The woman (singular) is..." but "the womEn (plural) are..."
You repeat this question so often that i think the program has stuck. I had the same problem on the French course earlier tonight. YP.
This feminine voice sounds like she is saying "in orbe" rather than "in urbe".
Would "There are no women in the city" also work?
I think that would be more like Nōn sunt fēminae in urbe - IIRC you get the emphatic effect by shifting the verb to the front.
Yes it now works.
Hallo, kan jij nederlands spreken?
Féminæ in urbe nón sunt.
the last three words you have to guess
The women are not in the city...too baaad. Sausage party :(
It knocked me for forgetting a "the". Sucks when its your own language which screws you up.
It sounded like elgae!