Tu is singular you, while Voi is plural you. EX: If you were a coach and talking to a large group of your players and said "you have to.." etc., you would use voi.
And, similarly, if you were a space police officer talking to your wife, saying, for example, "you have to..." etc., you would use "tu". ;)
Tu bevi or voi bevete. What rules are at play here?
both tu and voi can be translated as "you" but tu is singular while voi is plural
how can we now that "you drink" is plural to say that the true answer is "voi bevete"?
I agree. The question should be posed as "You drink. (pl)" or something similar.
Yes. Because this question did not correctly state whether or not they wanted plural, I selected both.
So would you consider this problem to be incorrect? Since they didn't clarify if the "you" used in the english sentence as plural or singular...
if it was not clarified if the "you" was singular or plural, both translation ("tu bevi" e "voi bevete") are grammatically correct.
Why is 'tu beve' not also correct?
"lui beve" but "tu bevi" (and "io bevo" ...)
What is the difference between bevo and bevi?
Bevo is me that is l am taking about myself
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Why is voi beviamo not correct for you drink, but voi bevete, and tu beve are?
"Beviamo" is the first person plural conjugation, i.e. "we drink".
It's noi beviamo(We drink) and voi beveteYou (plural) drink
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ti bevi is correct in dialect…
I did it turn around the same day and I was in
حد هنا عربي يفهمني ليه اخد bevi مش beve ?
I am very confused you drink mean tu bevi no its wrong Its answer is tu beve
No, tu bevi.
Beve goes with lui/lei - he/she drinks
Why is it bevi and not beve? I dont understand the 3 different versions of drinks. Beve, bevo, bevi whats the difference?
Bevo - I drink
Bevi - you drink
Beve - he/she drinks
While "You drink" = "Tu bevi," can I also answer with just "Bevi" = "(You) drink," just like with "Io sono..." = "Sono..."?
Yes, that'd work too!
Ive been getting confused