"Men and women"
Translation:Uomini e donne
Hi, I don't know if your question's been answered already, but when you see
e (without an accent), it means 'and.' In contrast,
è (with an accent) is the third person conjugated form of essere ('to be') in the present tense, meaning 'he/she/it is.'
As of my typing this in January 2014, Duo allows you to get away with typing e in place of
è. However, you should use the accent mark appropriately, as explained above. Hope this helps!