I get confused as when to use "loro" and "sono" :-(
Loro means THEY and Sono means ARE.Sometimes you can omit they and just use sono instead of they are!
Can someone tell me why in this case you have to use "Loro"? For Duo tells me just "leggono i libri" is not one of the good answers...
I don't think "leggono i libri" is a wrong answer, maybe they forgot to add this as a possible one
I wrote "leggono libri" and it was correct, but I think when using the article (i) you need the personal pronoun (loro), but that's just a guess
"Leggono libri" correct. If you use "leggono i libri" it means "they read THE books", so it's not correct.
Yet the article is used in Italian to indicate "(books) in general." You'll see this in further lessons. However, it seems to me to be rather inconsistent. I wish it could be more clearly explained.
I think this exercise is about sometimes leaving out the article
No 'Loro leggono i libri?' Is i not neccesary?
Dosent it need an article? Loro leggono I libri?
Why cant i use leggiamo?
Leggiamo is we, leggono is they. My clue there is that leggiamo is added with siamo which is almost always accompanied by Noi. Leggono is added with sono which is almost always accompanied by Loro.