The milk is making the baby sick.
That's what I've been telling them!
That's what I thought too
If the baby is a girl is it "La bebe esta enferma y necesita mas leche ? ... or is bebe always considered masculine regardless of the gender of the baby ?
From what I've read, I think it's "la bebé" if you know the baby is a girl
Bebé está masculine?
good point! I didn't notice the "el" in front of bebé that makes it masculine
Aha. Thats why it was wrong when I ended with "and she needs more milk"! Thanks!
I took a chance and tried ending with "and he needs more milk" because of "el bebe" and it was wrong. Confused.
I guess you could say that the baby NEEDS SOME MILK
Why is it necesita and not necesito?
Necesita is the "he/she needs" version, necesito would be the "I need" version
The baby is a girl
its a boy
Yes it is.
Why not "it" if the gender (he or she) is not known?
Doesn't "not well" equate to being sick - it wasn't accepted
why masculine "enfermo" and feminine "necesitas"?
El bebé está enfermo y necesita más leche. - how do we know if it's necesita in this sentence? all babies aren't masculine. I'm confused.
It is really, really irritating to be told you are wrong, when the correct answer seems to be what you wrote. On a mobile you can't check.
I agree with CrzRoy
I had a typo....
He need some milk!
Scott your right
Wrong answer when I put necesito? Why?
because necesito means I need..
necesita means he/she needs..
El = he , bebe = he drinks, esta enfermo = sick
He drinks sick and need more milk
No, in this case, bebé is spelled with an accent over the second é. Therefore, bebé=baby. Thus- The baby is sick and needs more milk.
But won't milk make you more sick?
Not when you're a baby, that's all they can have for nutrition and hydration, depending on the age
I wrote the correct answer !!!
"Needs" vs "need"