"they" is the same for women and men!! "elos and elas" = "they"
eles* is the male third person plural
Yes, that's why they probably accept both translations.
My answer must be accepted ... becuz he says "they" do not specify women or men
They should accept both eles/elas as a translation, because we do not have context. Remember that if this is a multiple choice question you need to select all correct answers (both "eles" and "elas"). =)
i was told that if their is no knowing whether it's all men and women, then just go with the masculine form
is just "bebem leite" not enough? do i have to put a "eles" or "elas" in front
You have to put "eles" and "elas".
In a regular conversation it's not really necessary
It depends on the context... but it's normal to use always
Why was drinks in this case tomam? I have not seen this form yet so i'm a bit confused
To drink = beber/tomar
It doesnt specify if its men or women
Both are correct when we don't have context. They should both be accepted. =)
when do we use bebem and when do we use bebemos
It's due to the verb conjugation. Please, refer to this sheet.
When is tomar used in place of bebe?
I completed a lesson right after the tournament ended and was not credited! (15 points)
You dont need the personal pronoun, "bebem cerveja" is correct