I'm not sure how I made it this far without understanding this concept, but... When do you use gli and when do you use i
GLI + vowel / z / s+cons./ x / y / ps / gn : gli amici, gli zoccoli, gli xilofoni, gli yak, gli gnomi.
I + consonant (except the consonants above) : i bambini, i cavoli, i dadi, i fiori, i gatti ....
thanks for the concise lesson
Thank you. Very helpful.
This far? My friend we are still novices!
I'm in the same boat you're in. I have no idea and i even went back to read the " Tips" . Still, I'm so confused. Lol
Absolutely I am confused too. The same question here.
Ne = in
Gli = the (when it's plural)
Fusion - negli = in the
I wanted to help with origin.
Its time to duel!
For my first turn I summon... Duolingo's Owl in attack mode!!!
I sacrifice my in and my gli to summon the almighty Negli!
Why not agli instead of negli?
maziotto - didn't you tell me that credere took the preposition "a"? But here, it's "in"?
(marziotta... maziotto sounds like masculine :D )
I already replied you somewhere else... ;)
Credere A = believe
Credere IN = believe IN
(Negli = in + gli)
marziotta, can you give us an example of "credere a"?
"Non credere a tutto quello che scrivo" "Credi a me: io lo so"
What does tutto mean
In the above sentence, "every [thing]" or "all"
Meaning please... just want to compare with mine as a novice
Forsilvia please the meaning... thanks
Thank you so much.
For LUI the preposition "in" is marked as correct, for UOMINI it is "ne". Why is that?
How do I know how to differenciate when to use negli, nei, nell'? They all can mean in the
i dont understand when you use "in" or "a" and when you dont use either.
What is the difference between agli uomini and negli uomini?
Crediamo in uomini is marked as error. Is the definite gli really necessary?
When I don't want to specify the subject, can I say "crediamo in uomini"?
I thought l' is the in front of a vowel.
"Significano" Is Under The Hints For "Men", But Upon Further Research Seems To Mean "They Mean", It Should Probably Be Removed.
Why not "in uomini" . Another exercise told us to say "Credo in te". Where is the difference?
Agli or negli ? When and how is it used?
I thought (in) was used to talk about location of people and a is equal to (to/in/at). Why then is negli used here instead of agli?
Why is this "noi crediamo nei uomini" not correct?
Because in singular it's l'uomo (not il uomo). So gli uomini. And it becomes negli.
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