Ah....the difference between O and Um got me there :-(
"um"="a"= artigo indefinido "the"="o"=artigo definido
Leite sounds like leiche sometimes
What is the difference? used "drank" instead of "drinks" i still failed it.
"Drank" is past simple; "bebe" is in the present. "The boy drinks milk" is a correct answer, by the way.
o means (the) when describing a boy or man. um means (a) ,when describing a man or boy.
Whats the difference in bebo and bebe
"Eu bebo" (I drink); "Ele/Ela bebe" (He/She/It drinks)
I´m finding the pronunciation of milk difficult, I´ve not heard it this way in Portugal before.
in Portugal it's pronounced "late" or "layt".
"O" sounds different in " o paõ" why?
It's because of the ã before the o