o pato come menino LOL!!!!!
Well, Brazilian ducks rule the country.
It was probably an option in a multiple-choice question.
Why is the "t" in pato pronounced like an English t, but the ones in leite and elefante like a "ch"? Is it because there is an e after the other two?
Yes, exactly. "te" at the end of a word is pronounced "che".
Also if there's no e, but the t itself is the final letter, in my experience. Compare the two Ts in "internet" - it sounds like "internetsh". (Also they turn my name into an adorable kind of "Bartsh" :)
Is very easy