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Is Eu →I and bebo → drink? When I click on bebo it said the translation is "I drink" but what would the Eu be then?
Edit: So I ask an honest question and then get downvoted for that? How does that work? I thought we were all supposed to be helping each other learn languages. Btw, thank you Paulenrique for answering my question.
Eu - bebo (I drink)
Tu - bebes (You drink - Singular)
Ele/Ela/Você - bebe (He/She drinks for Ele/Ela and You drink for Você)
Nós - Bebemos (We drink)
Vós - Bebeis (You drink - Plural)
Eles/Elas/Vocês - Bebem (They drink for Eles/Elas and You drink for Vocês)
Você = You (Singular) - Used in Brazil, not used in Portugal
Tu = You (Singular) - Not used in Brazil, used in Portugal
Vocês = You (Plural) - Used in Brazil, used in Portugal
Vós = You (Plural) - Not used in Brazil, not used in Portugal
For further information about pronouns, see my comment here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/91257
Hi freelyspoken, the verb Beber has the present tense: Eu bebo I drink, tu bebes You drink, Ele/Ela bebe He/She drinks, Você bebe You drink. Nós bebemos We drink, Vós bebeis You drink, Eles/Elas bebem They drink, Vocês bebem You drink. In Portuguese we have three forms of past tense, the imperfect, perfect and plusperfect, with analytical and synthetical forms. Imperfect: Eu bebia. Perfect: Eu bebi or Eu tenho bebido. Plusperfect: Eu bebera ou Eu tinha bebido.