"Nuestro caballo bebe leche."
Translation:Our horse drinks milk.
Who doesn't? I try to remember the different through this, now: "Ebola" (The ebola virus) as in "Cebolla" = Onion --- "Caballo" then simply means a horse.
Caballo = horse Cebolla= onion One way to remember is that caballo is masculine and onion is feminine. Also it sounds like ce-bowl-a, and horses dont go in bowls, onions do.
@PokingFun4Life Same! Once I said 'I like riding onions' in a Spanish class in 7th grade. Caballo and Cebolla now always make me laugh. It was really funny.
I know. I asked about the turtle that drinks milk, from my Hispanic co-worker. Says he never heard of such a thing. Maybe when it gets hot in the desert they resort to drinking cactus milk. Says he never heard of that, either.
Cows eat hay. According to Wikipedia ut is impossible for cows to reach and drink the milk.
I once saw a spider eat a lizard. Or maybe I just forgot and got confused with the other weird sentences around here.
Apologies I mean bebemos, or is the verb conjugated just to suit the fact that the horse is a masculine word..?
The verbs has no genre. So verbs doesn't change with genre, only change with number.
Our horse is third person of singular, not first of plural:
Our horse/the horse/It drinks milk
Hi, "bebemos" is the conjugation for plural 1st person we...we drink. El caballo bebe is 3rd person singular and is the same as saying "The horse drinks". Verbs do not change with genre, just with person.
If any more of these animals drink milk we might have an epidemic on our hands, haha
You use beben when the subject is plural and you use bebe when it is third person singular (he/she/it)
nuesetro is our or ours. why the translation for bebe is drinks and not drink? whereas the subject is our. the s in the verb is only for she he it.
grown horses do not drink milk, so it should say "nuestro bebé caballo bebe leche
it says nuestro caballo bebe leche, the correct translation is our horse drinks milk but it showed me the correct one is our horse is drinking milk, this is not a progressive tense this is a simple tense, am i right ?
How do you know when it's "The horse is drinking milk" and "The horse drinks milk"?
first a cat then a dog now a horse whats next a cow SERIOUSLY i did not think that trough haha
i only drink cookies and milk! XD or chocolate milk. but i dont get mixed up cause i dont think someone would say: |our onion drinks milk| lol