"The man drinks water."
Translation:El hombre bebe agua.
i'm confused with " bebo. "bebe", "bebes" can you please help me what is the difference?
Bebo is for when "i" drink. Bebes is when "you" drink, and bebe is when he, she, or usted drinks
Bebo is for the yo form (i.e. yo bebo). Bebes is for the tu form (i.e. tu bebes). Bebe is for the el\ella\ud. form (i.e. el bebe or ud. bebe).
They are different conjugations of the verb, beber. Look up conjugation charts for the word beber in the present tense.
Why does it need to be "toma" (if you use tomar), the command form? The sentence doesn't imply that it is a command.
dorywho- él toma (for the man), present tense. The command form for tú informal would be : toma. for usted, it would be : tome. In this sentence this isn't imperative form because we're talkigg about a man who's drinking, they're not saying to the man, drink. This sentence has a written subject, el hombre.
Comer is "to eat" while "tomar" is to take. However, "beber" is to drink, and often cases is interchangeable with "tomar." Many native speakers will tell you they have different connotations depending on which verb is used.
If it is plural such as drinks i thought it was bebes and if it singular such as drink it was bebe. Why is it not that? Can you please explain this to me i am so confused.
Okay so i wrote, los hombre bebes agua
Should it not mean "the (Los) man drinks (bebes) water. It marks los and bebes incorrect