Now am lost, I thought what is 2 words o que, now it is just one word que??
My thoughts exactly.
when do you use "que" and when with a circumflex over the "e"?
No translation given?
Is it "What milk do you drink?" =
"Which one of these glasses of milk belongs to you?"
(If I report it as a problem, I won't find out the answer!)
It probably means "what kind of milk do you drink?" (Leite em pó, tipo A, desnatado, etc.).
/ as mentioned above, it is used when asking someone what type (skimmed/raw/3%fat milk) or brand you drink.
Yes but shouldn't it be qual, then?
Why is the following English translation not accepted: What kind of milk do you drink?
It means that for sure as Paulenrique said earlier. What type; what kind; what sort etc.
I have written "What milk do you drink" and it is considered an error, I have a screenshot to show it
at the end, same question, same answer, this time is considered correct ...
I know It has happened to me before. It is a common glitch on Duolingo.
shouldn't it be what kind of milk do you drink??
Sound is unsatisfactory. I hear the speaker say "De leite..." (sounds = Gee..). It should sound more like: "Que.." (sounding like "kay").