Can you omit the "eu" and have implied subject such as in Spanish?
You can do that. But, like spanish, when you want to show actions in distinct people, its better to use it. So, using eu in such sentence would be better.
It makes sense that it's better, but I don't think a right answer without the eu should be marked wrong.
Yes, but since there are two sujects involved, it can be very confusing without them.
Brazilian Portuguese uses você but european portuguese uses tu. It should be accepted
ohh those accents! lol so hard to remember where they belong sometimes lol
I really wish that they allowed "Tu" in the corse as that is also portuguese.