Hi. You no doubt have long since mastered these 2 words by now, but for reference and the benefit of anyone reading this, I think of Lui (he) as being like the male name "Louis" (as in Louis Walsh) and Lei (she) as being like the Hebrew/Arabic female name "Leila" (or the variant "Layla" as used by Eric Clapton). Hope that perhaps helps make it more memorable for anyone reading this! :)
Hey im a new here and im an amraican 10yr old thats wondering if i should write every word i hear and put and english word underneath it to translate the sentence. But would that be cheating if i did that... Just wondering and if anyone reads my comment PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE at least give me some information!.
I had to translate "She eats" and put "Lei mangi" but it said i was wrong, and that it was in fact "Lei mangia". When I checked the word however (by clicking on the word "eats") it said to use "mangi" for lei/lui. But that it translates to mangia. Could someone explain the correct translation?