Yeah But for me as a non native english speaker , this is more a exercise in english (i think i spelled half of the words wrong)
For me too!! Writing and speaking are my worst skills so I always learn more about English while studying italian.
You are a brasilian, don't you? He and she just for male/female human. They never use this for animals ou objecrs
Because Lei or Lui was not specified, so you don't know the gender, so you say "it".
The vatican says animals have no souls, so "it". Jk, but for animals you use "it". Maybe you could use he or she when referring to a pet that has a name? Like oh look here comes my cat Satan, he's a jerk. XD
The Vatican are batshit. They do have a soul. They won't just go either to heaven or hell
I'm interested in the accent of " it is". Why "e" with a backwards accent and not a forward facing accent? Can anyone shed light on grammar? Thank you to anyone that can help!
Because it is implying a specific dog; also, 'Is a dog' is not a complete sentence. If you hover over the 'è', you will see it/he/she in parentheses.
I swear it said "il cane". Smooth, terrible computer voice... real smooth.
When she speaks normal speed on this one it sounds like e un caner and slowly it sounds like el un cane.
Gotta be careful cause sometimes i just write what i hear and not a legitimate italian statement lol
Because either the microphone is disabled in settings or you pressed (accidentally or otherwise) the "Cant talk now" button which disables microphone for an hour
There is a mistake in the individual audio of the word 'un' ... it adds an Italian 'a' at the end.
it depends in your device. if you're using Android, you can probably set the language of your keyboard. if you can't, download SwiftKey and set Italian as one of its languages.
On my Samsung tablet, I can hold down the letter a and get 7 options (à, á, â, ã, ä, å and æ), and I can get even more options on my iPod touch. You can get specific keyboards for specific languages but you can get by just fine with the tap-and-hold feature.
I always get it wrong, with it is and is it, can someone explain to me what the difference is
For some reason this auestion sounds like it's saying: "è un Tedd." Is this me or just the sound recording?