anyone else find "A mulher come uma menina" funny? haha a woman eats a girl
Maçã means apple not girl
Minha namorada loved it too. It has another meaning also ;-)
I accidently picked number 1 and 2 and I was so far with 4 lives.
but whats the problem with a menina come uma maçã
Girl (Menina) and Women (Mulher) are different ...
In Portuguese (Menina e garota) means the same, Mulher (For adult women).
Did you find out what the problem was because I can't see one
When is "comer" to be used and when is "come" to be used?
What is the difference between the two words? Please throw some light on the difference in usage and meaning.
Comer means "to eat". And come is the verb in 3rd singular person. And comer You use after another verb. Same in english. For example: Ela come uma maçã (She eats an apple). Ela quer comer uma maçã (She wants to eat an apple).