The t in leite is pronounced hard in this sentence, whereas in other situations it sounds like a "ch". Is this for a pronunciation reason or just a mistake?
Obrigado y bom noite, amigos!
When you have "ti" (or "te" at the end of a word) it is like "ch".
i think it is pronounced differently because of "e" after it. Sounded like a short cut pronunciation. im not so sure. :)
I think "é" is "is" and the "e" without accent is "and"... right?
in normal leite sounds as late
It depends on where you are in Brasil. Vowel sounds vary by region.
Yes. The sound is like "late" in English
so is "drink milk" bebida leite..?
As imperative tense, it is "beba leite".