"She drinks beer."
Translation:Lei beve birra.
I mean it's just a word. It wouldn't hurt to learn it if you hear it in the real world on a regular basis. That's just something that unfortunately can't ever be heard less frequently.
I actually had that problem with all the languages.<h1>LearningAboutBeer ft. Duolingo.</h1>
I'm still having trouble conjugating. In this case, beve. I'm still quite confused on how to make sure I'm using these verbs correctly. Any advice on this? Anything that someone would use to remember this better?
Charts always helped me visualize conjugations.
io _ . _ . _ noi
tu _ . _ . _ voi
lui/lei _ ._ loro
Are the pronouns for the conjugation of bere:
bevo _ . _ . _ beviamo
bevi _ . _ . _ bevete
beve _ . _ . bevono
I took Spanish in high school so I am familiar with conjugation patterns. It might help if you spend a little time memorizing the basic patterns of conjugating regular verbs. Once you get the pattern down, it will start to come together a lot easier. Here's a website with the basics: http://italian.about.com/library/nosearch/nblfare198a.htm
I know Spanish so the verbs are similar and like I drink is io bevo. I always ends in o. stuff like that
Becaus the english doesn't say "she drinks A beer (as in A glass right now) but "she drinks beer" ( generally she is a beer drinker)
YES THIS IS A BAD INFLUENCE ON MY LITTLE BABY JIMMY HE FOUND A BOTTLE OF BEER AND DRANK IT BECAUSE OF THIS!
Why isn't it "Lei beve LA birra", seems inconsistent because it is "Io mangio LO zucchero" which translates to "I eat sugar"? Grammar wise it appears to be the same sentence (to me)
Beer is both plural and singular in english! Got it wrong for writing birre instead of birra...