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    before 'students'

    Can I say: 'my sisters are the students'?

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    Re: before 'students'

    Yes, as long as this phrase the students is defined. Like this,

    A: pointing "Do you see those students over there?"
    B: "Yes. My sisters are the students (you're pointing to)."

    Does that help?

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    Re: before 'students'

    Yes, but can I say: 'my sisters are students'?

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    #4

    Re: before 'students'

    Ex: My sisters are students.

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