"GLI" is used with words that begin with an S + CONSONANT or a VOWEL.
"I" is used with all other masculine nouns.
Hope that helps!
Gli is plural of "lo" and l' . Lo is used when start in s followed by a consonant and when starts in letterz. L' is used when start in a vowel. i is plural of il . Il is used on masculine like piattO
"Gli" is used for words that start with s+consonant or with a vowel; it never elides.
Gli is the plural of lo, it can elides just before the vowel i gl'incendi the blazes, but it's infrequent.
Talk about a tangue tongler! ;) Anybody else have a hard time saying these phrases?
The weird thing is with word check, is that it says that elefanti is masculine even know it could be male or female! It also says that things that can't be male or female, are masculine or feminine. Hmmm...
I like to learn this stuff but I would much rather be playing pokèmon moon right now.
It's really hard to hear the "gli", but luckily, we have the option of hearing the sentence really slowly, and it is easier to notice the "gli" that way.