But in english only the present 'shares' is given, not the future 'will share' (app)...
I know! But the former sentence in the app was 'the sparrow will share', but we could only pick the present 'shares' as possible answer, no sẽ. They later correct the tense and it make sense now.
The sparrow will share the bread..................?
For it to be "will share the bread," you use sẽ. Con chim sẻ sẽ chia sẻ bánh mì. This just shows the present tense version.
It's "The sparrow shares..." on my review. Have you covered verb tenses yet?
Just to excercise the pronounciation 'sẻ'
In Korea, 'con chim sẻ' called 'cham se'. Surprising.
Does "chia sẻ" mean "to share"? Or "chia" and "sẻ" have separate meanings?