I keep losing score just because i'm a dumb guy who confuses between skirts and dresses
And just to add to the confusion: gonna is related to English gown, both words tied to other words, whose origin is unclear, though it may be Byzantine Greek: gouna, a fur-lined garment.
it sounds like she's saying "donna"
I keep thinking she's saying "I have a woman" as well.
Hey, I've been saying gonna all my life, but have been saying skirt at the same time
I give the right answer and it keeps marking it wrong.
I wish i could see what i wrote after the app shows i misspelled something. But instead i just get a red screen that shows the correct sentence of which i thought i actually spelled exactly!?
La voce maschile ha una gonna. Vabbè, perché no?
The 'u' in una is quiet, even when using the 'tortoise'. I have miss heard her as 'la' a couple of times.
Listening slowly she definitely says "un" rather than "una".
A good way of thinking for me is to relate it with donna because it is usually women who wear skirts. (Exeption: my school)
I Keep Getting This Wrong Because I Write "Gown" Instead Of "Skirt". I Blame English Having So Many Words For Similar Things.