If it was a specific letter we are talking about, it would be Li kaj ŝi legas la leteron
Thanks a lot :0)
Jes, danko kindas!
Is Esperanto going to get any harder, because right now it seems so easy.
I thought I was doing something wrong haha
Wouldn't "He and she are reading a letter" also be correct? I thought that present tense verbs could also act as the present progressive verbs.
For example: "Li atendas nin" can be either "He waits for us" or "He is waiting for us".
I hear him say "Vi kaj ŝi legas leteron" instead of "Li" every. single. time. :P
Wait, which kind of letter is this? Probably like a written message, not a character of the alphabet. How would you say the latter?
A letter of the alphabet is litero de la alfabeto.
So what would "reads" be then?
It would stay the same
There is no difference between "Mi legas" and "Ŝi legas"