"The animal eats."
Translation:O animal come.
Yes, most words ending in "L" changes to "IS" in plural. (If it ends in "IL", there is no double "I")
O animal is always masculine even if referencing a female animal? It wouldn't be "A animal"?
Please clarified this for me... I think I saw that the word "Animal" also means " Gato"... Meaning "Cat"... Or am I confused?...
In this courses you will see the word "animal" used for all, cats, dogs, fishes, insects... not only cats.
I think they have a sentence "O gato é um animal." = "The cat is an animal."; if not that then something similar. Perhaps you were remembering that. But that is just an example sentence, not a definition.