Oops, wrote "the girl is a horse". Sorry about that!
...Every five-year-old girls' dream.
YAAAAA!!!! HORSEY!!!!! (I can see my five-year-old self wanting a horse now)
when I did this exercise before, the girl had a lion instead of a horse! Good for her to have this new pet, I think :-p
It's making me upset that I'm literally saying it correctly but apparently my phone, or the app, is deaf.
How do you pronounce "ha"
How can i know that which one is the correct vocabulary of "ragazza"?Is that children or girl?
La ragazza = The girl
Le ragazze = the girls
Il ragazzo = the boy
I ragazzi = the boys
Some people in Italy use 'i ragazzi' to say 'the children', but it is a bit more respectful to say 'i ragazzi e le ragazze'.
when next word has a mute consonant is an not a ex an horse
The "h" in "horse" is not mute. It is "a horse" because the "h" is pronounced.
A horse, a hospital a house, a holiday, a home, a hip.
An hour, an honor, an honest man, an heir.
I got a Spanish question on this exercise "¿Como esta usted?"
A kid is a goat
I wrote "the boy has a horse". But it says it's wrong cuz "ragazza" mean kid not boy. Is it really wrong?
ragazza = girl
I want too
One of the hints for horse is "crotch". Can someone elaborate on this?
I looked up "crotch" in my Kindle Paperwhite's Oxford English Italian Dictionary and found "troppo stretto di cavallo," which means, "too tight in the crotch."
A person's crotch is "inforcatura" but the crotch of trousers is cavallo.