When i hover over the word ricetta, the good lady pronounces it as ri-shey-tta. However if I press the sound button, it is pronounced at ri-chetta. Which one is correct? Grazie
ravioli ravioli give me the formuoli
I have the recipe... For awesomeness!
If "have" is "ho" How Do you Say "had"
Are we able to drop the "Io" in this scenario and just say "Ho la ricetta"? For instance, we can just say "Mangio il riso", correct? Does that same rule apply here?
certo che è difficile capire anche se sei italiano lol.
How would you say having? Been waiting for it to come up but it still hasnt
"Having" is "Avendo". "Have" is "avere"... To Possess or own is "possedere"
I have the recipe was marked wrong for me
I have the recipe... of life
Why is io ho la ricetta I have the recipe but Non mangiamo * la pasta* we eat pasta? When do we put the in any sentence? Thanks!
Jesse, we need to cook!