so you just got to imply that it is going to be "a woman" or "the woman" there?
That's just the rule in English, it has to be either "a woman" or "the woman" if you have a countable singular subject.
So how would I say "A woman eats bread"? Do I have to put bir as the first word to clarify singularity?
"Bir kadın ekmek yer."?
The woman eats ... or A woman eats ... Farsi : گویا یکی از دو پاسخ بالا قابل استفاده است.
I write the correct answer like this a women eats bread you write kadin ekmek yer
How we understand that it is present indefinite tense or any genral sentence like one man saying to another the women eats bread