"Los hombres beben agua."
Translation:The men drink water.
That would be los hombres están bebiendo agua which is the present progressive or the present continuous version of the sentence
There is only a slight difference so think about this: Los ''Niños'' is masculine and ''Las niñas'' are femenine so there it is :)
They used to accept both answers: "the men are drinking water" and "the men drink water" why did it changed?
I thought "the" is el and la? In the first lesson, they said "el niño", "la niña". why is it los and las now? Is there a difference?
Whats the difference between beb,bebes,beben and bebemos because i keep mixing them up
Different conjugations of the verb beber (to drink) based on the pronoun (who is drinking). Yo bebo, tú bebés, ella/él/usted bebé, nosotros bebemos, ellos/ellas/ustedes beben.
When the speaker says "beben" it sounds like "veven" to me. Is the b pronounced like v or am I just not hearing correctly?
Los is plural and el is singular.
El hombre = the man
Los hombres = the men