Frauen = women (plural) → women (they) eat = Frauen (sie) essen. Frau = woman (singular) → woman (she) eats = Frau (sie) isst.
When do we need to use Fräuen and when Frauen?
"Fräuen" isn't a German word ;) Maybe you are thinking of the word "Fräulein", a slightly old fashioned description for "young miss"? For the purposes of this course and everyday German, I would just remember:
Frauen = women (plural) Frau = woman (singular)
"Brot" is food and food nouns can be used without articles, if the actual amount is an unimportant information - such as in this sentence. The sentences "Die Frauen essen das Brot" and "Die Frauen essen ein Brot" are both correct, too, and carry more specific meanings.
"Die Frauen" is plural: "The women" therefore the word for eat is "essen".
Because you are using the same word you'd say for 'they'. Bear with me, I'm just trying to figure out how to explain this... This is how I work it out. If you were saying "He eats bread", you'd say "Er isst Brot". If you were saying "The man eats bread", you'd say "Der Mann isst Brot". I work it out by expanding the sentence out to: "The man, he eats bread". And so in this case, you have "The women, they eat bread", and that tells you which conjugation to use :)
"Women eat bread" would mean that ALL women eat bread. "The women eat bread" means that a particular group of women - the women in the family, for example, or the women at the party - eat bread.
This doesn't make sense in English. You don't add an "s" to the end of bread to pluralise it.
It would never be "sie." It's "die" because "Frauen" is plural. This was explained in the Basics 2 reading.
What is the difference between essen, esst esse and isst? Please dumb it down, I'm only thirteen and I don't understand the explanations people have given in previous comments lol
They're all different conjugations of the verb to eat. Just like in English, we have different verbs for different people. I am, you are, he is, and so on. It's the same in German. So for instance, to say "I eat" it would be "Ich esse". To say "You eat" it would be "Du isst". If you wanted to say "We eat" it would be "Wir essen". Some words always have the same conjugations as other words like how "wir, sie, and Sie" will always be "essen" (wir essen, sie essen, Sie essen) and "er, sie, and es" will always be "isst" (er isst, sie isst, es isst). If you have any other questions, please ask! Sorry if that was a lot!
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