Wait a second, why are the cooks eating instead of doing their job!?!?!? It's #Fallout4 here, we need food!!!!!!!!!!!!!
because the [k] sound is preserved in the plural, so it's spelled with <chi>. <cuoci> would be with a [tʃ] as in CHeese
cuocere to bake or cook Cuoco, m, cook, pl cuochi. Remember gare and care in conjugation of "are" verbs? I think some scenario. Cuoca , f, cook pl =cuoche. Also, cucinare, to cook from which cucina, kitchen. Would love to find an Italian language book that ties verbs to nouns ,etc. Explains word associations.
I think so, at least mostly I use these English tenses in Italian as synonymous.
Lo (pl. gli ) masculine nouns begin with "s + consonant" or "z" iL (pl. i ) masculine nouns begin with other consonant L' (pl. gli) masculine nouns begin with vowel La (pl. Le ) feminine nouns begin with any consonant L' (pl. Le ) feminine nouns begin with a vowel
in this case, il cuoco => i cuochi
Why would the cooks eat at work?They must not eat even a bean until they're at home from work..just kidding :-)
Can this also be translated using the present progressive in English "The cooks are eating"? I have not seen that in Italian yet.
Some of the narrator's word endings are swallowed up - like this example - obviously "mangio" was "mangiano", but I do expect good diction.
I read something odd, searching on Google for plurals and this is what I got...... If a noun ends in a vowel, simply add -s.
I had an Gli via l issue, after writing it down, I "think" I got it, ha, ha, ha
I hate that I said ear instead of eat on accident because I typed wrong and made the mistake