"We believe in the men."
Translation:Crediamo negli uomini.
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 ....
Ne = in Gli = the (when it's plural) Fusion - negli = in the I wanted to help with origin.
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)
i dont understand when you use "in" or "a" and when you dont use either.