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".
"Dove" means simply "where," while "dov'è" is a conjunction and means "where is," as in "WHERE IS MY SUPER SUIT?!"
Unlike English, where contractions are optional, dov'è is a mandatory contraction.
Why is there multiple words for the word shirt? Camicia being one of them.
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.
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