Gatti is used to refer either to male cats, cats in general, or a group of cats of both genders. Gatte is used for female cats.
il for masculine single, i for masculine plural, gli for masculine noun, la for female single, le for female plural
I think le is for female only plurals, i and gli are more tricky. Le donne right? But gli uomini.
not understandable in normal speed read, sound like tezzi or pepsi, but then why pepsi will drink milk...
In this case, it's the article. "The" gatte. It's a capital "i" if that's what you meant :)
There are four ways to write cat/cats: gatto/gatta/gatti/gatte
Gatto and gatta are both singular; gatto for male and gatta for female. Gatti and gatte are both plural; gatti for male or a group of cats (both male and female) and gatte for a group of female cats.
il means "the," but in the singular form. Ex: il cane, the dog. "I" also means "the," but plural. Ex: I cani, "more than one dog"
Latte reminds me coffee. I cannot get used to that it is just a milk. :D
I guess I'm confused as well. I understand certain articles are used for plural vs. singular, but it seems like there are a couple different articles used for plural masculine: gli, I, etc.. It seems like a couple people have had similar questions... Can someone help clarify please?