These sentences are seriously macabre... Come on DL, let's get some positivity in here!
Well, she would have been a mother if she had accepted the role for that play.
It also suggested that "you would have been a mother" is correct. How do you know without the pronoun for these conjugations
Why "he" is not accepted? If a male actor will play a mother for example.
There is some mistake here - it did not accept my translation to English, which was literally exactly the same as the one given as the right one...
Without being clearer it's hard for users to comment, other than in a general way as I'm doing. "literally exactly" doesn't necessary preclude a minor error your answer might have contained. Always better to include exactly what it is you wrote.
stare PP is also stato and uses essere as auxillary. so, He would have stayed a mother
colbymenning: what does that possibly mean?