Why beben and not bebemos?
Why is not "They all drink"?
It is Spanish. While the grammar is often similar to English, its not exact.
Finally someone here who knows physics
there is no reason for "all"
adoro este curso
oh this is confusing why are there so many different phrases for drink
If you learn regular verbs endings (er, ar, ir.) you only have to learn one ending and you've got them all.
That was funny. Instead of saying the phrase, I said its translation, and it was accepted!!???
Im having quite a bit of trouble knowing what the correct word for drink is.
Does this mean that the "unknown they" is always ellos? As in masculine? If I was saying "They always drive dangerously here" would I say Ellos?
ronbeak- it depends of what people you're talking about. If you say that they're driving dangerously, it's because you know who's driving, if you know that fact. But without context, both are accepted because we don't know which persons are implied.
I do not understand how too differentiate what words are feminine.
drinking a'nt right my dad aint drink
If ellos is for they (group of men) and ellas is for they (group of women), what do you use to refer to a group that consists of both men and women?
massive chicken for snoopfrogg
Still sounds like veven