"I drink water."
Translation:Eu bebo água.
Bebo is used for I (eu bebo) and bebe for he, she, it, you (ele, ela, isso, você bebe) and both for present tense.
Eu bebo (I drink)
Você bebe (You drink)
Tu bebes (You drink)
Ele/Ela bebe (He/She drinks)
Nós bebemos (We drink)
Vós bebeis (We drink) Formal and not used anymore by people in conversation
Eles/Elas bebem (They drink)
Actually, "vós" does not mean we. It is the second person of plural, it means you (in the plural). "Tu" is the second person of singular, and means you (singular).
Bebo= I (I drink)eu bebo,primeira pessoa do singular Bebe=You,He and She (she or he drinks)
What does the accent over the a mean?? I confuse this, the "right pointing" accent over the a and the "left pointing" accent
I put "Eu bebo agua"
and it told me I was wrong and it was "Eu tomo água." I got no training on this word.
There isn't eu bedo do leite. Eu bebo leite = I drink milk / eu bebo água = I drink water.