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Anyone know any German around here? Doing a little skit for my German class and I'm making corrections that my professor made to my script.

Sie sollten abends für sie kochen und kaufen sie ihr einen neuen Herd.

translates to (if I'm not mistaken)

You should cook dinner for her and buy her a new stove.

The context of this is a nephew giving his uncle tips on a birthday present for his wife (the nephew's aunt). For some reason the professor circle the first word of the sentence 'Sie' and wrote 'Who?' and also underlined 'solten'. I'm pretty sure that I translated it correctly since the nephew is talking to his uncle I used Sie and solten is the correct conjugation for this pronoun. So yeah, any suggestions?

Kak dela u vseh?

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