When do you use bebem or bebemos
Eles bebem ( they drink)
Nós bebemos (we drink)
They drink - eles/elas (bebem)
We drink - nós (bebemos)
So it's bebe for 'I
drink'? Just want to make sure l've got it all right in my head
xD and does that
apply to everything,
the boys drink water?
"the boys" = OS meninos
Sounds like "meninas bebem água" (at normal speed).
It's the "m", "n", "ng" sounds I have a problem with. When there is an "m" in the middle or end of a word it usually sounds like "n" or "ng" to me. But it's hard to be sure.
Why not "The children drink water"
= as crianças bebem água
Is meninos always boys and meninas always girls or can the masculine be used to mean the gender-neutral "children" or "kids" like in Spanish?
How would one say "boys drinking water?"