"The boys write."
Translation:Los niños escriben.
Escribe = 3rd person singular The boy writes El niño escribe
Escriben = 2nd/3rd person plural The boys write and you all write Los niños escriben y ustedes escriben
Escribes = 2nd person singular You write Tú escribes
Escribimos = 1st person plural We write Nosotros escribimos
Escribo = 1st person singular I write Yo escribo
You would only use "escribe" for he/she/it. It is like with any verb in Spanish, if u have he/she/it before a verb, the verb has to end in "e". Example: "bebe"(drink) "come"(eat) "lee"(read) "escribe"(write). But when you're referring to a group of people you have to add the "n" at the end of the verb. Example: "beben"(drink) "comen"(eat) "leen"(read) "escriben"(write) Nosotras(os) also refers to a group of people, but you have to actually use "mos" at the end of the verb. Example: "bebemos"(drink) "comemos"(eat) "leemos"(read) "escribemos"(write). The end ;)
Why would they show what the word means underneath? You don't even need to learn anything, just know how to read and move a mouse!!! Too bad for Duo.
Well, yes. But it's not like someone found a glitch that gives them invincibility in a video game. If you really want to look at the word. Do it. But remember that you will learn Spanish slower.
Not necessarily. If I say 'they' (ellos) it can mean all sorts of things: boys, girls, dogs, fish . . . Any group of beings that is all male or a mix of male and female.
El is the or if it's ´El with an accent it means he. Los means "The" but is plural
amerpie- b and V are almost pronounced the same. The grammar says that the sound V doesn't exist in Spanish.
Again, when to use el , los-male . Oh I believe it's el singular los plural...or I'm wrong