"She has a cat."

Translation:Ela tem um gato.

September 4, 2013



I put both in and so in this situation, though recently they have been rather picky about the masculine and feminine, both can be correct.

September 30, 2013


What is the difference between tem and têm??

July 3, 2017


TEM is singular and TÊM is plural: Ele tem, ela tem, você tem / Eles têm, Elas têm, Vocês têm.

April 11, 2018


It's related to verb conjugation (http://www.conjuga-me.net/verbo-ter).

July 3, 2017


So if the person possessing the cat (even a male cat) means we should use "uma gata" rather than "um gato"?

September 4, 2013


In general sense we use the masculine form "um gato" (you dont know if it is male or female), uma gata means it really is a female cat.

September 4, 2013


This should be corrected then to read "she has a female cat" if that's the correct answer they desire

September 21, 2013


They accept either "Ela tem uma gata" or "Ela tem um gato"

October 13, 2013


yeah they jst want you to match the gender of the cat with the A used

December 19, 2013


I just got docked for entering "gato".

January 14, 2015


Look at the comment two above yours if you got docked for "gato" Then you might have used "uma" which means if would be looking for "gata" after the "mua" and it would only tell you that "gato" was wrong cause just that word was in the wrong gender.

January 15, 2015
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