I love how AlexHayes keeps having to repeat himself
Was I the only one thinking, "honey where is my supersuit!"
You better find it
the cook has it...remember?
The solution for "Dov'è" is the same thing, Dov'è, This is a mistake right?
"Dove" means simply "where," while "dov'è" is a conjunction and means "where is," as in "WHERE IS MY SUPER SUIT?!"
I don't get your question, could you please be more specific and write the whole sentences you are speaking about? Many thanks.
I could not remember what Dove meant, and when I hovered over the words Dov'è the hint didnt help me cause it just repeated the word saying Dov'è again. There was no hint.
In such a case you should report a feedback saying that the dictionary hint is not helpful, but I think Duolingo is not working massively on improving it at the moment.
Now you should anyway know that "Dove" means "Where".
Does it matter if it is bianca or bianco
guys, is writing "Dove è" really wrong?
Unlike English, where contractions are optional, dov'è is a mandatory contraction.
Dove è is not the same of dov'è?? :/
Nope. Unlike English, where contractions are optional, dov'è is a mandatory contraction.
i answered " a white shirt of mine " . i learned " my + adj " is not popular. i am not native, please tell me.
"where is my white shirt" is proper English, and is almost always the form used in this sort of sentence.
Why is there multiple words for the word shirt?
Camicia being one of them.
Dove è la mia camicia bianca is wrong???