"Do we sleep in your bed or in my bed?"
Translation:¿Dormimos en tu cama o en mi cama?
Agreed. I did the same thing. Leaving the second "en" makes perfect sense in English, in fact more sense. Think of how "should we sleep in your bed or in my bed?" flows vs "should we sleep in your bed or my bed?" Could we get some input from a native Spanish speaker about this?
Notice that in the stem-changing verbs, the stems only change for the accented syllables; thus: nosotros dormimos, vosotros dormís, but duermo, duermes, duerme, duermen.
Also: puedo, puedes, puede, podemos, podéis, pueden
sigo, sigues, sigue, seguimos, seguís, siguen
Unfortunately, the stressed–unstressed pattern doesn't exactly hold for other tenses or moods.
I translated this as "Do we sleep in my bed or yours?" and while it is not a 100% translation I believe it should be accepted due to the fact that it has the same meaning in context. I'm not going to be misunderstood if I want to say "my bed or yours" and say "tu cama o mi cama" which means the same thing, only reversed.
Nosotros = we (masculine or mixed gender)
Nosotros somos hombres. = We are men.
Nosotras = we (feminine)
Nosotras somos mujeres. = We are women.
Nuestro = our singular masculine thing
Nuestro gato es blanco. = Our cat is white.
Nuestros = our plural masculine/mixed thing
Nuestros gatos son blancos. = Our cats are white.
Nuestra = our singular feminine thing
Nuestra gata es blanca. = Our cat is white.
Nuestras = our plural feminine thing
Nuestras gatas son blancas. = Our cats are white.
Because "sus" is for plural things possessed. It's my bed, singular, or your bed, singular.
Also, if you're familiar enough with someone to discuss sleeping arrangements, you'd address them as "tú" rather than the more formal "usted" and so "your bed" would be "tu cama" rather than "su cama".
Aug 28, 2017 - The conjugated verb is dormiMOS, first person plural. (Compare to second person singular, duermes) In addition to that, there is a significant spelling error in your verb stem, regardless of which you chose, 1st pp or 2nd ps.
SpanishDict is a good place to check your conjugation, especially for these vowel-changing and irregular verbs. http://www.spanishdict.com/conjugate/gustar