Twice now I've heard this speaker say dormiUNT. Surely stressing the last syllable of this word is not correct?
The women do not sleep is also a correct translation. The validation for this question is wrong
the pronunication is so unclear that sometimes you cannot distinguish the words
I wrote The women don't sleep and it was not accepted.
You provided a correct translation
Oops, my mistake, I wrote The woman. Doh!
I wonder MUST there be a "the" when a noun is in its plural form? "Women do no sleep" was not accepted.
Latin doesn't have definite articles (the) or indefinite articles (a, an) so, yes, "Women do not sleep" would be correct. It depends on what context this sentence is in if you add articles or not.
Why woman don't sleep is not correct?