"Io sono la donna."
Translation:I am the woman.
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una donna = a woman; la donna = the; articles for "a" are un, uno, una (un'); articles for "the" are il, lo (l'), la (l'), i, gli, le - the ones with apostrophes are used when the word begins with a vowel. also: un, uno, il, lo (l') are masculine singular; i and gli are masculine plural; una (un') and la (l') are feminine singular and le is feminine plural
Italian generally omits subject pronouns (io, tu, etc.), but DuoLingo puts them in. It's not good Italian. Also a lot of people here seem to be confusing Io (with a capital I) and lo (with a small L). If your computer or device doesn't show different characters, see if you can change fonts.