What's the reason for using "Gli" over "i"?
"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
I wrote 'the elefants' by accident. It didn't count.
Same here. Should be a typo
I keep trying to spell it elephanti :(
Me too. :) I'm just too used of English.
Talk about a tangue tongler! ;) Anybody else have a hard time saying these phrases?
So I wrote Elefants instead of elephants.. Damn autocorrect makes me lose my hearts the most
seriously, it is a typo...
My answer was almost correct
Why doesn't English stop using ph and use f only?
What is transcription? [li elefanti] or [lelefanti]?
[ʎie le 'fan ti]
Pretty straight forward if you slow it down.
That was just a miss spelling, i had the ending correct
GLI not I ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤