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Under any circumstances, the sentence, in English, is unusual and likely confusing unless it were being used in a context where people of varying gender orientations were being discussed. Even in that context, it might be more precise to say something like: "Both of us are her boyfriend and girlfriend."
If the meaning is that one of the WE is a boy and the other is a girl, it would be better to say "We are her boyfriend and girlfriend," or --if the boy is speaking he could say: "I am her boyfriend and she is her girlfriend."
Have a nice day.
This sentence states: "Those are my two partners". This is neutral, i.e. it can both mean having two partners of the same sex, as well as having two partners of different sex. The default will be the former one.
Could someone please link those sentences? Thanks!
As to the English sentence above: I am not a native speaker. When I hear that sentence, I will understand it, but I will inevitably assume that there is a logical problem (and most likely seek confirmation from the speaker).
The old man was sitting on a bench.
Старик сидел на скамейке.
An old man was sitting on a bench.
На скамейке сидел старик.
Даже так есть разница.
The river separates the city into east and west. Разве нет?
Река: разделяет город
Гора: образует верхнюю точку рельефа.
Роща: обеспечивает безопасный подступ пехоте
(бонусы в этом случае - сохранение параллельного с оригиналом порядка слов и грамматического времени)
Город разделён на восточную и западную части рекой. ?
Или ещё как-то.