"Calza" is identified as plural in the dropdown translations-- do both calza and calze mean the plural 'stockings'?
Calza is singular from what I remember, Calze being the feminine plural.
so le sue calze means his socks but le calze mie means my stockings, so the order means ??
the order is not so important in italian. "sue" means his or hers, and "mie" my, mine
If le calze is feminine, can't le mia calze also be correct?
mia would be correct if the noun was singular (ie calza) but because is plural it would have to be mie
You would never us le with mia, the ending is wrong. If it starts with le it is gonna end with an e.
how do i know when to use "le" or "i"??? im not clear!