Why is "ele bebe O seu leite" instead of "ele bebe seu leite" ?!?!?
Thank you! :)
The sentence... Sounds raunchy...
For me, "Ele bebe seu leite" was not accepted. Why not?
just report. That should be accepted
it was accepted for me :)
Whats the difference between teu and seu?
Seu is more formal, teu is used in informal conversations
not in Brazil where teu is rarely used.
I've heard teu/tua used all the time in Brazil. It very well could be what region of Brazil you're in.
why not "ele bebe a sua leite"?
Leite is a masculine word, so you'd have to use "o seu leite".
does "ele bebe a tua leite" apply?
No. You use "a tua" for feminine words (ele bebe A tuA limonadA e o teu leite). =)
"Seu" can also mean "your" it should be accepted
Is their a link that explains when we use seu, teu, etc.. I'm getting mixed up. Thank you
What's the difference between "o teu" and just "teu"?
Could I have written: "Ele bebe o leite de voce" ?
no, there isn't "de você" as possessive for the singular form, just plural: "de vocês".
What's the difference between teu vs. seu?
Why is it not seu?
Right too. Just report
how about ''ele bebe seu leite''
Apparently, this is one of the cases where the article is needed in BP; check this page for more information: http://www.duolingo.com/comment/64947
you can say that too
Why wasn't ele bebe seu leite
It's also right.