Any reason why this can't be both singular and plural for fish? (I.e. pesci and pesce)
I wonder the same.?
Why not singular and plural for fish?
You asked a year ago and still no answer. I am trying to figure out when to use pesce and when to use pesci.
Isn't pesce a single fish or piece of fish & pesci more than one fish?
I thought this could refer to fish singular and plural, but it seems that if it were more than one fish it would be "nei pesci"
Any one know why it's just "pesce" and not "il pesce"?
NEL pesce... NEL = IN+IL, it is a "preposizione articolata"
http://duolingo.com/#/comment/233855 Italian FAQ, Bullet Point 8
when does one use 'nel' and when 'nello'?
Nello is used before words that begin with a z or s. "Nello zucchero"
Also, there are some other words that use lo. But mostly just words with z or s+consonant. Like lo zaino, or lo specchio. Other words include: gn, ps, x, or y. (Lo gnomo, lo psicologo, lo xilofono, lo yogurt).
Thanks for clarifying when nello is used.
Thanks for that.
Why would anyone put an onion in a fish?
From where the help should have I known "dentro"?
Dentro means inside. Like, lets go inside is andiamo a dentro. Or you could say andiamo nella casa. I think. My italian isn't perfect yet...
Where is the rest of the recipe?
My answer is correct nei means in the nel means on the
Am i right or not
A quanti di voi è capitato di trovare una cipolla nel pesce?
Nel means on the but nei means in the so i am correct not wrong
Ive answered this correctly 4 times but it says its correct but on a RED background?
I HATE THE WORD CIPOLLA UGH :D