Translation:What do you drink?
@wm5646, Aeronautix Pstbukkie
'B's sound very similar to 'V's en Español. The pronunciation here is correct. Depending where you go, 'bebes' could have a stronger 'B' sound and sound like 'Bey • bez'/'Bebes', a more pronounced 'V' sound and be closer to 'Vey • vez'/'Veves' or be more of a combination of a 'B' a 'V' (if that makes sense).
It's not the same word, but you can hear different pronunciations of the Spanish 'B' sound from a couple different Spanish speaking countries.
Similarly, here is a couple pronunciations for the word 'vive; he/she/it lives'.
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Hope this helps! :)
It is 'bebes' because you are saying 'What do you drink?'.
If the sentence were 'What does he drink?'¹ or 'What do they drink?'² the translations would be '¿Qué beb + e? (el bebe) '¹ or '¿Qué beb + en? (ellos/ellas beben) '² ¿Comprendé amigo?
Remember that the subject of the sentence affects the verb conjugation!
Hope this helps :)