Translation:La mujer come manzanas.
How many apples can this woman eat?
As many as she wants.
shouldn't the verb agree with the noun? As in, shouldn't come be comen since manzanas is plural?
who is eating is the woman, not the apples. The verb must concordate withe the subject, and the subject is the woman.
The verb always corresponds with the subject of the sentence. Your subject is the women, therefore the verb is come :)
when do you say las manzanas then?
You would use it to translate this: the woman eats THE apples.
And when would you say "unas manzanas"?
Can someone tell me when do we say "come" and when do we say "comen?" (I'm sure the answer is the same for "bebe" and "beben.")
On the help button it said put La then it said it was El wich is wrong so can you fix it up.
if the noun is plural shouldn't the veerb agree with it
scholar2- the verb always agree with its subject, here the subject is singular, woman, and manzanas is the complement.