Totally heard "donde quieres beber" too and i was like finally some questions I'll actually use!
I heard what sounded like Bebeesh...I thought, Beber ish? lol! I turned my volume all the way up and thought I'd better wear my headphones from now on.
In Spanish, the v is pronounced like a b, so you should have heard something like bibir, but that is correctly pronounced.
Please re-record this audio. I replayed it about twenty times, and could not understand what that last work was, even though I heard "Donde quieres" clearly (so I don't think it was my speakers). The last word just sounded like "bzshbzsh" and seemed significantly quieter than the previous two words.
Played a dozen times and "vivir" definitely sounds like "bee-beesh". I get the bee-bee part, but whats with the "ish" a the end?
I thought it said beber. I was like "heck ya! Look at duolingo tryna promote bad habits" Then i realized it said vivir when i got it wrong lol..
Maybe "vives" is the way vivir is supposed to sound, but I still HEAR "VIVES". Get it wrong every time.
I wish i could see how many I got wrong when skipping lessons like before.
Yes, no 'in' here anywhere.
dónde - where, and it's a question, so that's where the 'do' comes from.
quieres - tú form of querer - to want, meaning 'you want'.
vivir - infinitive verb form, because it follows a conjugated verb. vivir - to live.
I heard bibir so i thought it would at least sound beber but it did not. So i just guessed. Perhaps you could make it sound right?
It may help you to know that in Spanish they pronounce the v like a b, so Duo isn't wrong, that's just how it should be pronounced. It took me a long time to get used to it, but it is possible to get it right once you know that.