Is it the same "chaves" than "teclas"?
In english they are the same. But chaves is for cars, doors, and teclas is for keyboards, for example :)
I got a reject for "Elas têm as chaves" - could you explain to me why?
They have the keys.
Wow-same sound (tem, te>m). I don't remember seeing the plural form before.
Tem is singular: ele/ela tem (he/she has). Eles/elas têm (they have). They have the same pronunciation in Brazil.
Is "Vocês têm chaves" not possible here? Why?
I got it - that would mean "You have keys", not "They have keys"
Desculpo why not temos
"Temos" is used for "nós": we have.
Why is ‘Têm chaves,’ wrong? The fact that ‘they’ are the subject is clear from the verb conjugation, right?