Wish they had explanations so we can better understand where to use words like escreve and escrevo
Wtf? How we supposed to leard that, there is about 70 ways to write "write"... even in my country we dont have such a shity hard language
What is the difference between escreve and escrevo? Does the answer depend on the speaker's gender?
No, if you are a man or a woman doesn't care.<h1>Escreve# is for third person in present (Ele, ela-He, she)</h1> <h1>Escrevo# is for first person in present (Eu-I)</h1>
excellent source for verb conjugation @Paulenrique I really love using duo lingo.
I write a book is grammatically incorrect. I wish I could stop losing hearts for writing the CORRECT sentence that is grammatically correct.
It is not grammatically incorrect, it's just something that sounds odd out of context.
What do you do every November for NaNoWriMo? "I write a book" What do you do when you have an idea for a great love story? "I write a book"
And so on. Remember, the system isn't asking you to write creatively, it's asking for you to provide the most direct translations feasible.
the subject. "eu escrevo"(i write);"ele/ela/você escreve"(he/she writes/you write);"eles/elas/vocês escrevem"(they/you write);"nós escrevemos"(we write).
Does anyone know please: if it were a woman speaking, would it be 'escrevA' instead of 'escervO' - like 'obrigada' v 'obrigado'?
No, in this case, the verb is conjugated according to the pronoun, not to the gender of the speaker.
why is it escrevo instead of escrevemos? what is the difference? someone please explain
How can I say "I wrote a book"? I know that is not the point, but I want to learn it.
I wrote a book is simple past. "Eu escrevo" is present in portuguese. Simple Past in portuguese = Eu escrevi (I write), You wrote (Você escreveu (singular) - Vocês escreveram (plural)