In Italian, if a girl says this, it means she have a vagina. This sentence may be a bit inappropriate for the necessity of learning.
Ever since reading your comment, I feel dirty every time I write our say this.
Imagine learning Italian in school and everybody just laughing that they knew this.
I tried to tell a girl I had "butterflies in my stomach", she thought I was saying I had a tattoo.
Yes, the owl's voice is much better, She is not being strangled when she saws "ho"
It means the same thing. Even in English it sorta fits. I have one key. I have a key. "a" is simply an indeterminate article meaning it specifies an object as part of an arbitrary set vs a determinate article which "determines" the specific object out of a contextual set.
If I ask you to give me a key, then most likely I'm assuming you have a set of keys and it doesn't matter which I get.
Though, in practice if you really did mean ONE of something and it's not obvious you would stress it as I just did.
I just remember that one episode of The Simpsons, when Sideshow Bob has an Italian family and at the end his son is yelling "vendetta vendetta!" and gets detracted by a farfalla
It would be nice if the volume was conistent as she spoke. I keep getting these wrong due to her getting too quite at the beginning or end if sentences.