What's the difference between "panino" and "panini"?
Panino is "Sandwich" (singular) and Panini is "Sandwiches" (plural)
Hey, I just noticed it doesn't say it's a beta version any more. When did that happen?
A few weeks ago when we realized users had offered so many great suggestions that the program had improved significantly :)
Oh. Cool :)
Why isn't it Lui mangia un panino?
That is how I am learning it
I agree with ramshere. It isn’t HE ate a sandwich without he.
Mangia un panino is wrong. The right answer is "Lui mangia un panino"
its the same thing !?
I thought the same
I believe "Lui mangia un panino" is totally right. I think our problem is that we didn't choose both xD
Both are right, mangia is already conjugated the way it would be for he so it still works.
Normally,is ,,Il mangia un panino"
Why is it panino and not panini?
Un panino, due o più panini
One sandwich, two or more sandwiches.
So panino is plural?
Panino is singular. Panini is plural.