It's so hard to tell whether she says Ellas or Ellos
I got it wrong because it sounds like ellas
i agree it does sound like ellas
MechaBee,BonaFidee & ianv4831 it doesn't matter, ellos OR ellas both are translated "they"
ellas is a group a females. elllos is a group of males or males and females
I know that all ready.
But sometimes you have to type what you hear.
But you can see its ellos
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Sounds "un cerveza". :(
I heard the same.. hehe, maybe practised to much
Sounded a lot like "ellas" to me, as well. If you say "Ellas beben cerveza" are you talking specifically about a group of girls?
Yes. If you say 'Ellas'' you are talking about a bunch of women. If you say ''Ellos' you are talking about a group of males OR a groupe of people, male or female.
Great - thanks for the clarification! :)
Seriously!? I've just gotten 'ellos beben cerveza' five times in a row. I guess I'll really know how to say 'they drink beer' now, though. :P
Shouldn't cerveza be plural, and read "Ellos beben cervezas." instead of "Ellos beben cerveza?
is cerveza both single and plural?
hypnoskull, no, it's singular. i drink beer for breakfast (singular/cerveza) he drinks three beers a day (plural/cervezas)
It sounded like "ellas" to me, too.
If we're talking about cervezas, shouldn't we use 'tomar' ?
We have not been given that word yet
I thought she said "ellas"
I wasn't sure, so I hit the turtle button.
They 'all' drink beer isn't the same?
I wrote "they all" and it said it was incorrect too :c
It sounds like it's pronounced with a "V" - "Ellos beVen cervesa". Is this correct?
The pronunciation sounds like a "v" but its written with a "b" so you should hear Veven, but write as Beben
it says this so many times.
They sure like to drink a lot of beer...
Sounds like Ellos to me
It sounds like ellos to me too but if you are trying to determine the sentence just by hearing and you are typing the Spanish she is saying, try pressing SLOWER. I press SLOWER all the time and it REALLY helps.
I wrote "the boys drink beer". I feel like that's sort of correct, although I can understand why it wouldn't be marked acceptable.
Noun vs pronoun. You're transcribing Spanish, so it's important you be as literal as possible.
cer and ser sounds similar - is there a difference is sound?
Actually, in Spain latter C (with e, i) pronounced as z, which in English is equal to [θ]. In ca, co, cu “c” is like English [k]
estel.dume, in spain, c with e or i is pronounced like th, z also has the same th sound
Agree with MechaBee !
Ellos can either mean they or the boys. I got it wrong because i translated it into the boys drink beer instead of they drink beer.
I think that is the wrong "ar" ending
in witch situation we should leave "una" for cervesa?
It was hard what she said ellos
mistook ellos for ellas TWICE in a row
I heard "bebes" :/
I wrote they drink a beer is this wrong?
mintyflower1523, the "a" makes it wrong
they drinks beer, it is not they drink beer
waj1spanish, do you have any idea what you are saying? there is no such thing as "they drinks"
Sorry I got it wrong because my family dosen't be quiet
Their drink ale??????
Got it wrong too. Apparently ale is a type of beer.
Beer??mmmmnn..Very intresting...Anyway follow me on musical.ly@Toginaboss.Thannks
Got it wrong for having la in there. Boo hoo.
Finally a useful sentence ;)
who drinks beer?
Got it right!! Really fun!!
Does "beben" sound like "veven"?
The boys could be correct for ellos.
Confused about ellos kidding me use another word
What I was saying it works out by word correctly it said that I did it wrong
i just missed the y on they and it said i was wrong
family friendly? i don't think so
i'm a vegan
i want to drink beer!!!
What is ale
who i need to know
Mucho loco. You're crazy.
Bottoms up mis amigos!
why.. just why
It should have a report for inopropiate I am only 10
today in class my teacher legit said, "Yo necesito un cerveza." Now I know what she meant...
ya i drink beer
Does it translate only to 'they drink beer' and not 'they're drinking beer?'