When do you use bebem or bebemos
Eles bebem ( they drink)
Nós bebemos (we drink)
They drink - eles/elas (bebem)
We drink - nós (bebemos)
the boys drink water?
"the boys" = OS meninos
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?