"The cooks eat the chickens."
Translation:I cuochi mangiano i polli.
Why I can't say "Cuochi mangiano I polli", it has to carry the article compulsory?
I don't understand the difference between "i cuochi" and "le cuoche", why "i cuoche" is wrong? can someone please explain? thanks
When it's not specifically female then the masculine is always the default.
because the article "i" is masculine plural, feminine plural is "le", so "i cuoche" is wrong (it should be "le cuoche")
I cuochi is masculine, i is for masculine only, you don't have something like i ragazze
Why is the "i" in front of conchi necessary? Conchi = the cooks. (m) and le conche (f) is plural. But the conchi is male and conche is female cooks. Have no idea why , when adding "the" in some questions is wrong and in this example it is necessary.