"The teacher eats an orange."
Translation:El maestro come una naranja.
ok, may I ask where this specifies that it is a female teacher (in the english version)?? I translated it to "El maestro come una naranja" and it said I was wrong... that the correct answer is "La maestra come una naranja." I would just like to know where, in the English sentence, the gender is specified.. because I'm just not seeing it.
I'm just guessing but supposing you knew the teacher was a woman then La maestra would work and if you knew the teacher was a man then El maestro would work. Does that make sense or am I missing it?