"The dogs drink water."
Translation:Los perros beben agua.
Yes.but don't use it. Its mean: bitches . Whore. Or something like that in spanish
If u are not for sure before u post why don't u look it up first? Don't y'all agree
It definitely does mean bitches, prostitutes or sluts (in addition to dogs).
But they just used the same example with cats, and there you had to mark both Los and Las??
The article and the noun must match in gender and number. Here you have "Las perros" and that's incorrect since "perros" is a masculine noun and "Las" a feminine article.
Why does agua sometimes require an article before it and not for other times?
It's the difference between saying "water" (agua - without article) and "the water" (el agua). Sometimes you talk about water in general, and sometimes it's some specific water, and then you use an article, just like you would in English.
Because you need to conjugate. Beber is the infinitive and means "to drink" or "drinking" but you need the "they" form, ie beben.
la/las/el/los are definite articles (translating to "the" in English), with the first two (la/las) being feminine singular/plural respectively and the latter two being masculine singular/plural. un/una are the masculine/feminine forms of the indefinite article (translated "a" in English). Whether the article is definite or indefinite, it must agree with the noun it modifies in number (singular or plural) and gender (masculine or feminine).