Masculine and femenine. Probably you heard of that in Spanish also. Apple is femenine. Hope this helps you.
Do all the words that end in a vowel run into the word that follows beginning with a vowel? Come uma sounds like one word, or is she speaking fast?
3 phonetic questions: is the 'c' of 'come' pronounced as /k/ like Spanish or /kw/ (like Latin); and is the 'e' of 'come' eliding with the 'u' of 'uma' and falling away? And how do you produce the nasalized 'a' in the mouth? thanks
1- c = /k/ before the vowels A, O and U. 2 - come uma = you link the sound and E turns into a slight sound. 3 - Ã is similar to A in Again, but try using a bit of your nose to pronounce it.
You should be able to redo the lesson if you get it wrong without having to go start from the beginning.
You can! You have the "Heart refill" you can buy with lingots. (Lingots are free, but you have to gain them) But even if it's sometimes very boring and irritating, it's based on repetition. When you do the lesson again and again...
Entao se usa the boy sujeito menino e o a boy pro pra numeral no caso 1 menino é isso amigo?
O... A... The... def article Um... Uma... A.... indef article
O menino .. The boy Um menino.. A boy
O menino = the boy A menina = the girl Um menino = a boy Uma menina = a girl O homem = the man A mulher = the woman Um homem = a man Uma mulher = a woman
Portuguese we separate gender with the article "O" for male and "A" for female. Hope it helps for now.
Why is it come not como?? Is the 'e' for a male eating the apple at the end of the verb and the 'o' for a female?
No, the verb agrees with the person it is conjugated to, no matter if it is male or female. Eu como = I eat. Ele/ela come = he/she eats.