She "doesn't " is just a contraction of "does not" so both answers should be correct
me too, I lost a heart. I will report it
Why ne means it ? It's so confusing , a lot of different it in italian ..."/
"Ne" means "of it" or in this case "about it".
"ne" is used for this purpose only when the verb takes the prepositions "di/da". In this example: "parlare di....."
This seems to be similar to 'en' in French, as in 'Elle n'en veut pas parler'. Am I right?
Does she ever?
Speak as well surely?
You can use both words
So can you use 'ne' like 'vuoi ne parlare?'
Yes, but in different order: Ne vuoi parlare?
"Volere" can be translated as "To wish" as well as "To want"
Ne also means 'of them' so why can't it mean 'She does not want to talk of them' which was not accepted.
Would be 'about' them in English.
Can you write this as Lei non lo vuole parlare also?
Can you explain why the translation wouldn't be, "She doesn't want it to talk." (perhaps regarding a talking doll or other machine)?