Is there a difference between "Scrivo i libri" and "Scrivo libri"?
I write books - can be both Scrivo i libri and Scrivo libri is correct
I write the books - has to be Scrivo i libri
This one is a little more confusing than the other "the"s. The books, in English, refer to a company's economics (he cooks the books) or the law/authority on the matter (throw the book at him.)
so the article is important in italian, please check the system. there is onli one correct answer: Io scrivo libri.
What kind of question gave you this problem, was it multiple choice by chance?
Yes, mine was as well xDD I was gonna ask if the correct answer wouldn't be "scrivo libri" but ufff you saved me
Wow writing in Italian is difficult I had to see how to to write it
Is " I Scrivo Libri" wrong by how?
why not gli libri?