Cojugation of ‘ler’
― Eu leio (I read) ― Tu lês (Thou readst) ― Ele/ela/você lê (he/she/you read) ― nós lemos (we read) ― vós ledes (you read [pl.]) ― eles-elas/vocês leem (they/you read)
what's the difference between tu/você/vocês?
Why not leem. Now its leio??
Because "leem" is used for 3rd person of the plural (Eles/Elas/Vocês leem). "Lê" is only for 1st person of the singular (Eu leio)
Is vocês leem in third person? I'm quite confused. =)
Why is it not "eu li?"
"Eu li" it's in the past tense.
Lêem vs. Leem? Which one is the correct spelling for "they read"?
The latter: eles leem.
The turtle pronounces like beo instead of eu. I know it doesn't sound right but the b sound was obvious to me
sorry, but the e of “economize [ɪ.kɒ.nəˌmaɪz]” dos not exist in Portuguese, try the AY in day without the semivowel sound, and say /AY-OO/ fast and without the semivowel sound (namely, the Y sound)
When we use eu or e for i ????
Eu = I
E = and
Thank you Paulenrique
Is it the same as "I am reading"?
Some people may claim they're the same, but imo "I am reading" = "(Eu) estou lendo".
When it is appropriate to use "le" and when to use "leio"? I cant tell when to use one or the other. What's the rule?
It's related to verb conjugation: http://www.conjuga-me.net/verbo-ler
How does they pronounce the escreve?