One way to ask a simple question in Portuguese is to make a statement and add a question mark. This is done in speech by a rising intonation at the end of the sentence "_ _ /?".
Yes but this is very informal. The correct way of pronouncing the question is with the "Do" at the beginning.
yeah need more intonation in this phrase and the word "bebe/drink" the sound like "bêbi" is incorrect, works more common like "bébê" or "bébi"
Speaking you can understand by context easily, reading the question mark is enough too.
The "Bebe" is quite hard to make out on this one. I kept thinking it was "Voce tem cafe"/Do you have coffee?
That's what this sentence asks. There is no helping verb "do" in Portuguese and the verb "fazer" (to do/make) can't be used in this role. As I said in an earlier comment, simple questions are made by adding a "?" to statements.