"Nuestros perros beben leche."
Translation:Our dogs drink milk.
We use NUESTRO if the noun that follows it is singular and NUESTROS for plural.
e.g. (1.) nuestro perro = our dog (2.) nuestros perros = our dogs
Hope this answers your question.
Could this also mean "Our dogs are drinking milk.", or does Spanish distinguish between the tenses?
If you want to write something you're doing right now you have to take the -er in the verb and replace it with -iendo. Same with -ar verbs are replaced by -ando. F.ex: Hablando Español. Which means I speak spanish (right now) as you might have guessed.
shann- But don't forget to use estar with the present participle EX : estoy hablando.
Spanish does distinguish against tenses such as preterite for completed past actions ending at a specific time or imperfect for when it happened a continuos number of times but not at a specific time. However german does not distinguish between tenses
carrefour- It can be both but it would have been, nuestros perros están bebiendo leche.
beben- they drink. bebes- you drink. bebemos- we drink. bebe- he/she/you informal drinks
Dogs are lactose intolerant. In fact, all animals are except humans once they reach maturity
Are dogs allowed to drink milk or will they get sick like cats. (Fyi if you dont know, cats cant drink milk)
Singular forms: bebo=I drink, bebes=you drink, bebe=you(formal)/he/she/it drinks. Plural forms: bebemos=we drink, bebéis=you drink, beben=you(formal)/they drink. I hope it helps :)
Why not "ours"? If the noun (perros) is plural do I have to change possessives to plural as well (nuestro to nuestors)?
Because "Ours dogs..." is not grammatically correct English. "Our dogs..." (the dogs that belong to us). "That is ours.." (that which belongs to us).
matej- you're mixing the possessive adjective OUR with the pronoun OURS. our dog, our as an adjective goes with the noun. ours is a pronoun, complement. this dog is ours. ( he belongs to us).
Will "Our dogs are drinking milk" or "Our dogs are drinking the milk" work?
you can say drink in many ways
beben beber bebe tomar empinar el mar el trago
they prefer (bebe/beben) so use only those to!