Same. You take tea, you drink tea, o dont think it really matters to the app creators anymore. I'm researching other apps and programs to assist my learning. Duolingo is great but it does a very poor job of explaining proper usage
I said, bevi t'e, and the answer came up , beve t'e, the question was,' you drink tea' ,I did not know which ,you, it referred to, so I put the singular 'you' but it came back as the 'he/she/it thing ?
I wrote "tu bevi te." It marked me wrong. I should have written "il te" according to the program. I don't understand why. The sentence was "you drink tea" not "you drink the tea." And I still can't figure out how to type the accents on my phone.
There is two definitives for masculine singular, which is il and lo. Mostly we use il, but lo is used for some cases. One of them is if the noun started with Z. (Lo zaino, lo zucchero, etc). Check the internet for further infos.