Translation:The beautiful horses have small tails.
The sentence "eo: La belaj ĉevaloj havas malgrandajn vostojn." means that every of the horses has (many / couple of) small tails. As we live in the world where every horse has only one tail, it should be "eo: La belaj ĉevaloj havas malgrandan voston."
See more about this at http://bertilow.com/pmeg/gramatiko/unu-nombro_multe-nombro/uzado/specialaj_okazoj.html
Hello, I find that I can comprehend Esperanto more when I'm reading it vs when I hear it. Could it be the different local accents people have with Esperanto? Because not everyone pronounces Esperanto words the same way that's my fear that I may understand some speakers but have a hard time understanding others.
Another problem with understanding spoken Esperanto is that the simplified grammar has removed most of the "redundancy" that in other languages gives multiple clues to clarify any words that were not clearly and distinctly audible.
However, I think the most important use of Esperanto will eventually be its use as a universal language for WRITTEN communications over the Internet. For that purpose, I think that Esperanto is far superior to any other language, mostly because it's simplified grammar makes it easier to learn to read and write it.
I'm glad this sentence exists, here's why. Earlier there was sentence something like "The children have horses", and comments were that those are rich children. I have explained that the sentence can mean that every child (from that group) has more horses, but it can also mean that every child has one horse, or even that there are more children than horses, so it doesn't have to be that the children are rich.
In this sentence "The beautiful horses have small tails", it can mean that every horse has more tails. But, let's be real, one horse (usually) has one tail, two horses have two tails, so more horses have more tails.