And now I can sing my favorite childhood Veggietales song in Italian. :)
Si, si. si!!! Larry, lascia la tua spazzola alla pesca causa ha i capelli!
Hahaha I was thinking the exact same thing! I was humming the song while typing this exercise.
la spazzola can be both a hair brush and a painting brush?
yes. and a shoe brush, or a coat brush..
Una spazzola è un articolo comune per pettinare qualcosa che vuoi.
I have problems to determine when to use "il" or 'la" in front of the possessive. Sometimes is "mia spazzola" or "la mia spazzola"
you will omit the article when you refer to "famiglia" " mio nanno" "mia sorella" except when is plural " I miei genitori", "I miei fratelli". There are more rules but at least this can help you.
Oh, where is my hair brush? Oh, where is my hair brush? Oh, where, oh, where, oh, where, oh, where, oh, where, oh where, oh, where, oh wheeeerrrreeee..... Is my hair brush? XD
Why is it sometimes dov'è and sometimes dovè or dove (or is it ever dove)? I'm confused. :/
Dov'è is the contraction of Dove and è, i.e. "where is". Dove is used e.g. when talking in plural: Dove sono le case? vs Dov'è la casa? Where are the houses vs Where is the house.
Why do you need a hairbrush, you don't have any hair!
I gave your hairbrush to the peach . . . cause he has hair!
No, I think toothbrush is "lo spazzolino"
Il gatto gioca col tuo spazzolino :)
I entered "Where is my brush?" but the system says I am wrong :(
The italian language is stupid