Translation:The cat is black and the dog is white.
Yes, the problem is that it gets marked wrong. The option is for "ed" except on this question. Problem.
Does Italian not have the same comma rules as English? Or why is there no comma between nero and e?
I thought you were never supposed to place a comma before
s the dutch rule.. maybe in Italian its the same?
There's no rule in English that says there has to be a comma. It mostly depends on the length of the sentence and this one isn't so long that you need a comma.
Pretty sure she says e cane in the fast one and il cane only in the slow version
Yeah, i heard the same..must be some junction that e il becomes e'l. Must check but too lazy
When speaking, how does one know the difference between e (is, with the comma) and e (and)? They sound the same when reading aloud.
They don't: e is pronounced as é (/e/) as in day (/deɪ/), while è is pronounced /ɛ/ as in pet (/pɛt/). Or it is in standard Italian and English (both BE and AE), dialects may vary.