"Le garçon boit, l'ours mange."
I heard that and wrote that too but it makes no sense. Then again neither does the sentence :).
I think it does make sense...if I understand correctly. Doesn't that mean " the boy drinks when/while/at the same time as he eats'
I wrote the same thing. i thought it was another one of those french idioms.
I thought I heard that as well. I ended up writing 'Le garçon boit lors mange' because I couldn't really hear 'que'
My ears strained to make sense of this. But good practice! :) Keeps you on your toes to expect anything you have learned so far.
No it is singular and similar in the plural form. In both cases, you should pronounce the final S
I think the definite article would clarify this. If they use "les ours" you know it's plural, but with "l'ours" it's singular.
It's one of those goofy sentences that I guess challenges you. The boy drinks, the bear eats.
I thought "the bear eats him", why can't the "l" refer to the boy···
Oh I would never had got the bear eats him out of that why le and not il ?
This is a ridiculous statement and should not be put into one sentence.