"You are women."
Translation:Dere er kvinner.
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Many English majors like to ignore the fact that English is missing a Second Person Plural, and many times say that the difference should be easily discernable. However, this not always the case. Sticking to one word for both a Singular and a Plural Second Person form can make certain statements vague. The phrase "dere er" is the closest equivalent to the phrase "You all are" and "Y'all are".
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Sometimes language nuance can be super hard to get around but it is what it is. Looks like these comments are filled with folk like me who are like "bah! You got me!" But these comments are super helpful and norsk is what it is! (Pretty awesome). Thanks everyone for chipping in here and helping me understand why I get these types of translations wrong :) tusen takk <3