"A nossa menina lê um jornal."
Translation:Our girl reads a newspaper.
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Ok I've got a couple of questions about this and I'm so sorry if I come across stupid haha!! Firstly, is the reasoning behind "A" before "nossa" because "nossa" (Our) is a possessive word which would mean you would have to put "A" before it? Secondly, why is it "lê" and not "leem"? Is this because "lê" is singular and "leem" is plural? Thanks duolinguist in advance!!