"They drink a beer."
Translation:Ellas beben una cerveza.
Lol! I dont understand why these phrases are so important.... like, duo keeps making me write this same sentence OVER and OVER agian. And im pretty sure i wont be using it too much:)
"Ustedes" doesn't mean "you", right? I mean, "ustedes" is a word for a noun in plural form. Ex: Ustedes leen unos libros.
Ustedes means "you (all)." You say it when addressing a group. Your sentence translates to "You (all) read about books."
Beber and tomar mean exactly the same. Tomar also means take or grab. In many countries beber is almost never used, and in others tomar is almost never used.
Just conjugation of the verb beber. Bebe= he/she drinks, beben= they drink, bebemos= we drink.
You can say "ellos beben una cerveza" or "ellos se beben una cerveza". It's just an article that adds no meaning. Just kind of accentuates.
In addition to what Babella said, you could avoid worrying about it by using "Beben una cerveza." 'Beben' means "they drink", so it works fine. ;)
You can't unless there's some context, if masculine is marked as wrong, you can report it. Both are right!
"Ellos" is "they" when that group of people is only males or mixed with both males and females. "Ellas" is "they" too, but there are only females in the group :]
"Vosotros/as" is second person plural and unlike "ustedes" (ustedes beben, ellos/ellas beben), it has its own conjugation: vosotros/as bebéis. It is the same with "tú" vs. "usted" ;]
What is the difference then between ustedes beben and vosotros bebeis? Don't they mean the same thing? I am not sure what a second person plural is.
Are you know toman is Iran's currency?! And a question, toma is same with bebe?!
I answered "ellos bebemos una cerveza" why is it beben and not bebemos? Is bebemos plural?? I thought ellos was masculine so bebemos would work
Wow, everybody must be enjoying that one beer. First just the girl, now everybody's having one.
Shouldn't it have corrected my answer, "Vosotros bebeis uns cerveza" to "Vosotras bebeis una cerveza"?