No. "Steps" would be «degraus» and refer to the individual boards on which one steps, equivalent to the rungs on a ladder; whereas, "stairs" and «escadas» are the entire set of steps.
when are stairs ,ladders They are not the same thing, ladders are movable, stairs are static
In English "don't" and "do not" are functional equivalents. If one is a correct translation, the other is too.
"Tomamos" comes from the verb "tomar", "to take, to grab, to ingest". It just wouldn't fit here (only when "to have" means "to eat, drink, ingest something"can "tomar" be used for both).
Stairs are what you walk up or down, staircase is the structure, stairway the location, stairwell the space were it is. Ladders, step ladders are movable. Steps are like stairs but external.
The TTS voice reads out "nóZ não temos escadas." Why is "nós" pronounced "nóZ". I thought the s sounds like z only between two vowels?