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"Eu bebo" = i drink. "Ele/ela/você bebe" = he,she,you drink(s). Bebo = 1st singular person, bebe = 2nd, 3rd singular person
I drink (eu bebo) ele, ela, ou voce bebe agua (he/she/ or you drink water.
Bebo is used for taking about yourself Like saying "I drink" . Bebe is talking about another person like he or she drinks.
To make it simpler Eu bebo Tu bebes Ele(você) bebe Nós bebemos Vós bebeis Eles bebem
Bebo is for me 1° people and bebe is for him or her , i am portuguese, i'm sorry the english
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Definite nouns are specific (you use "the"). Indefinite noun are not so important or specific (we use "a/an")
i put "eú bebe aua" my big mistake because i just lost my 3rd life :-( plz don't judge me. plz give ur likes or dislikes,if you do, obrigada. i want yu to give me an up or down i don't really care what you give me just plz do something to make me happy . obrigada. arg!! plz say something. I'm sorry if i am being meanish but i want support or nonsupport.
água. There is only one use of the grave accent "à", when the preposition "a" is followed by the feminine article "a" or demonstratives "aquele/aquela/aqueles/aquelas/aquilo"
Is self (me,I) always a masculine verb even if I am a female? Or would I say "Eu bebe água"? Thank you!