The russian language have verb endings too. How can I remember all verb endings of all verbs? Is there some template?
I try not to follow a rule or memorize them. I try to remember how they are used in sentences. For me, thats easier
Easiest way: find charts of regular and irregular verbs and copy them as the verb tenses appear. Boring, i know. Effective, tho.
Tu lês / você lê. Both mean "you read" but you can't mix them up (você lês). In Brazil, using tu is not very common.
Você actually is a contraction of vos merces (your mercy), and thus is technically third person not second person.
Is the emphasis correct? Vos a lay or Vos elly? What's more accurate, duolingo's audio or google translate's? Google's English pronunciation is very good, although the emphasis is a bit weird sometimes, but duolingo's English is OK too, even though it's merican.
Circumflex makes the sound closed (origami, not olives) and also makes stress fall on that syllable.
Im sorry. This one confused me. It went from "leem" = read. Now its "le". And no explanation. Can someone explain?
Thank you! I realized I've been using Duilingo mostly via app. The website has some good resources.
Thank you again!
Can the present tense be translated using the present progressive in English or does the Portuguese language have a present progressive tense "-ing"?