"They eat a strawberry."
Translation:Ellos comen una fresa.
I did not understand the Translation option: Se comen una fresa. This link helped: http://spanish.about.com/cs/verbs/a/passive_se.htm
Wait when do you use vosotros? Thats when youre including yourself in the group right? And nosotros a group that youre not included in... right?
Nosotros is we. When you are in the group that you are talking about.
Vosotros is you plural in Spain, but ustedes is you plural in Latin America. When you are talking to a group of people.
Ellos is they. When you are talking about other group of people that not includes you.
Is ellos used automatically when saying "they" unless talking about a group of females specifically? That is to say, is it always assumed to be the masculine usage unless otherwise specified?
Wow, I got this one wrong like three times before I realized that myh mistake was "Ellas comen UNE fresa" when it was supposed to be "Ellas comen UNA fresa. Hard one to catch there.