"Five women are sleeping at home."
Translation:Quinque feminae domi dormiunt.
The present progressive ('I am sleeping', 'you are sleeping', 'we are sleeping', 'they are sleeping', etc.) and the present simple ('I sleep', 'you sleep', 'we sleep', 'they sleep') in English are both translated into the Latin present tense. Latin does not make the quite the same differentiation as English for this.
dormiunt on its own can be translated as 'they are sleeping' or 'they sleep'.