On normal speed it sounds like 'per lei mia facile'.
perche lei e una ragazza forte
Should be a comma after her.... "For her, it is easy." Should it also be there in Italian? 14Sep15
I hear "per lei miè facile. Ussually "mi" sound in every sentence (between "lei"and a word starting with a vowel? Is this something like "want to"= "wanna" in the US?
I cannot for the life of me get the voice recognition to accept my speech on this...I can get 'per lei' by itself or 'facile' by itself. Put the sentence together and it blows up.
Yeah, i think lei is you..but here subject you using informal ti..how many times i got it wrong..
Is "per Lei è facile" "It's easy for YOU"?
why not for her is easy. I am not learning English
Because the subject "it" is missing. English requires a subject to make a sentence, e.g., "It is raining". Latin languages do not require a subject - "È facile".
Lei can be "she" (Lei e facile) lol or "her" (Per lei e facile)?
Is "è facile per lei" correct too?
Could "Per" Also Me "For" As In "Therefore"? If So, "For She Is Easy" Should Be Accepted.
Is "to her" instead of "for her" a possible alternative, have a different connotation, or is it just wrong or awkward?
Error before finishing sentence! Spiacente!
Lei is you in a polite way so it should be accepted