"The girl is drinking my milk."
Translation:Девочка пьёт моё молоко.
Can somebody explain me the difference between моя and моё. I understand that is masculine ans one feminine but what is what and is there any rule to understand if a noun is masculine or feminine?
There are a few exceptions, but for most words, if it ends in a consonant or й, it's masculine; а or я, feminine; and о or е, neuter. If it ends in ь it could be masculine or feminine. http://www.russianlessons.net/grammar/nouns_gender.php
By looking at who does the drinking. I drink = я пью, she drinks = она пьёт.
It sounds like the speaker is saying saying O instead of an A at the end of девочкa. Is there a reason or am I hearing it wrong?
Why ''Эта девочка пьёт моё молоко'' is not accepted as in other sentences?