I was curious too about the difference in the pronounciation between "scegli" and "sceglie", so I looked up some pronounciation rules. Apparently, the "ie" vowel combination has an "ay" sound...so the lui/lei form would be pronounced "shehl-yay". I am still a beginner, so if this is incorrect, I wish to be corrected. :-)
Hi, sorry to write this here but I don't know where else. at the beginning it shows that this lesson we learn 7 words - but I've done this lesson at least 4 times and didn't have a single sentence with the words: manco and significa. But I've had : Lui dimostra la (sua) ricetta million times.. what can I do with this? Thanks in advance. :)
Yes, and yes. You can find a whole list of verbs of this type on the left side of this web page.
I have been stuck a few times with a particular word I just can't pronounce well enough and bring up a translation site in another tab press record and play on the other tab and it thinks it is me saying it. Yes I know it is technically cheating but I have found using the "I don't want to use the microphone" button when it is the last question I need to get correct stuffs the whole thing up and I have to redo it all.