It's "Nós te/os amamos" in Portuguese.
(Nosotros/nosotras) te amamos. [En español].
for me duolingo does not show vos as an answer choice.What do I do?
It didn't give me Vos either.
I've reported it.
There is the alternative "nos te amamus". Same meaning
A few questions back "Vos amamus" was correct for "We love you." Now I am confused.
Let me break this down for you mate
Amamus means: we love
Vos is nominative in second person them or you(could be wrong about if it's both plural or singular tho)
So the sentence means we love you and the "te" is just extra clarification
What is the difference between "te" and "tu"
"Tu" is nominative (subject), "te" is accusative (object).
I just sent here from "nos te amamus" which made NO sense for "we love you"
Note: those were the options. I guessed and got marked correct. Very confused haha