How can I know that "hanno" is "they have " when we haven't covered it in any of the lessons yet!
This is the immersive part of the lesson, where you just have to make an educated guess.
that is how you learn.
If you hover over the word it gives you a translation. Not available on test mode.
If the verb has -ano or -iamo at the end of the word, it implies to they and if the verb has -amo or -iano it implies to we. Based on the exercises completed so far. (A hunch)
Newspaper and paper are the same, very few use newspaper in ordinary conversation
Agreed. In learning French and German "paper" is accepted for Journal and Zeitung.
Sometimes the page moves to the next too quickly and I cannot see my error. Is there a way to go back to the previous page?
Do not think so
When would one use hanno instead of loro ho?
Loro ho translates as "I have them", so never! :) Neat little phrase though