"As gatas comem pão."

Translation:The cats eat bread.

December 27, 2012



Caution, do not walk through alley ways with fresh bread, cats will get you.

October 21, 2014


Why couldn't it be translated as "The babes eat bread?"

June 11, 2014


'Gata' is also a slang for 'beatifull girl' and 'gato' is also a slang for 'beatifull boy'. But almost girls don't like to be call 'Gata'. Ex: Essa garota é uma gata. Esse garoto é um gato. ~sorry for my english. I am a portuguese native learning english.

October 5, 2015


Cool ....and in Spanish its not polite to say "gata" to someone

June 13, 2016


your english is very good

October 2, 2018


Based on the other sentence, it obviously could, do report it.

July 26, 2014


The subject in this section is Animals. So no.

March 14, 2016


I'm getting real tired of this trickery. As gatas and Os gatos is the ONLY thing in the first set of lessons that are distinguishable. Couldn't this be true with any animal? Like A vaca versus O vaco? How confusing. Gah.

March 28, 2013


Some animals have two gender words: O gato e a gata, o urso e a ursa. And others not: o jacaré, o peixe, o elefante; a formiga, a mosca, a baleia, a girafa. And others have different words for different genders: o cachorro e a cadela; a vaca e o boi; o cavalo e a égua.

January 1, 2014


I think not. Because some animal words are referring to one specific gender. In this case "a vaca" is the cow and "o vaco (which does not exist)" is "the bull". The same applies for animals like the horse (o cavalo) and the mare (a égua), where you can't say "o cavalo e a cavala". I hope this helped you.

April 16, 2013


A vaca e o BOI

November 22, 2013


Why it cannot be "the kitties eat bread"? I'm a little bit confused, now.

December 29, 2015


It's a word only children use. So, if you're a young child, tell them that the answer should have been accepted ;)

January 11, 2016


Doesn t pao mean dick too??

June 26, 2015


Pau means stick and it's also a slang for penis. The a is not nasalized as in pão.

June 26, 2015
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