"L'ombrello viene dall'uomo."

January 2, 2013


strange and unused sentence in real life

January 2, 2013

not true. what if someone had an umbrella and you wondered where it came from? this sentence would make more sense in past tense but we haven't learned that yet.

January 9, 2013

"The umbrella comes from the man"... Does it really sound pretty useful to you? :)

January 15, 2013

in italy you have to be ready for anything

January 15, 2013

Good point there! :)

January 16, 2013

It is the Mary Poppins' umbrella

January 15, 2013

You, sir, have a scary profile pic. :P

April 16, 2013

The umbrella could be a gift from the man. If a man you don't know buys you an umbrella :D

March 7, 2013

Made me think of a man giving birth to an umbrella. Pretty useful.

January 20, 2013

An attractive upper class lady and her butler sit at a table. Before her, she has multiple presents from her myriad admirers.

The lady motions to the umbrella and inquires of her butler, "And from whom is this, Jeffrey?"

"The umbrella comes from The Man, missus."

The Man was a secret admirer that had been sending her gifts for the past fortnight.

April 8, 2013

While there are a couple of situations that this would make sense in, I think it would be expressed differently every time.

March 25, 2013

I don't understand why it's "dall'" and not "dal uomo"?

August 26, 2013

It's "dall'" because "uomo" starts with a vowel.

August 26, 2013
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