M(x) = "x is male"
F(x) = "x is female"
S(x,y) = "x is scared of y"
O(x) = "x is open-minded"
Translate the following:
a) Some open-minded females fear some closed-minded males.
b) No female fears all males.
c) Some males are females.
d) All males are scared of all females.
I could find the answer for c) $\exists x[M(x) \land F(x)] $
but could not figure out the S(x,y) ones.
Thanks for your help.
Edit: After figuring out some answers: is this answer correct for part a) $ \exists x [ [F(x) \land O(x)] \land \exists y [[M(y) \land ¬O(y) ] \land S(x,y) ] $.