why is there "a"? i thought it has to be "o"
I thought the same thing, but "Refeição" is a feminine word.
Same with mão. The presence of ã before o converts the masculine o to feminine
No, this is not a good rule. You have o pão, o chão, o caminhão, o portão, etc
You need to memorize the gender for the words that end with "ão". There is no rule...
I complete agree. I thought it was a masculine. But ive noticed that any word ending with ao is the exception.
I used refeicao here but it says the answer should be prato.....i thought that means plate?
Same, if you can add the special characters with your keyboard or copy and paste it, it will be accepted. Its picky with this word.
Why is almoço wrong here?
Nós comemos a comida
comida = food
Why is nosotros not accepted here?
Nosostros is Spanish. (They also have "nosotras" = "we" - for a group of women). In Portuguese there is only nós.
I used "o" unstead of "a" and was corrected to say "o prato". Why?
A refeição = the meal
O prato = the dish/plate
A gente come a refeição? Is that also correct?
This should be counted as correct too.
Why not as instead a
"as" is plural. Refeição is singular.
I wrote "Comemos a refeição" and got dinged. Isn't the "Nós" implied?