il - masculine singular i/gli- masculine plural
la-feminine singular le-feminine plural
Maybe both are correct? In the question before this one it was "Tu bevi il latte", or does it change for plural?
Because its "the girls" and you cant use il on femenine words or expressions
In european languages, a group of feminine and masculine is referred to as masculine.. So, ragazzi can refer to kids, but ragazze refers mainly to girls, that's why kids cannot be used here
For clarification here, ragazze refers to a group that is all girls, not mainly. Kids can be used, but since we know we're only talking about girls, that's the better translation.
I don't get when i should use il before food. Sometimes is it il latte, sometimes it is just latte. In both cases there is no the in english translation
Hi! Il is not used for food because correspond to persons and not for non living things it will be Il with girls or boy. if you have any question you can reply to this text and i will help you have a good day!
same here - I feel like it should be right? or am I incorrect in that thinking?
Listen closely. One syllable or two, the second a distinctly different vowel.
Sometimes with "il" is wrong. Sometimes it isn't I don't mind a language not following any specific rules, but at least tell us how it is used in a normal speaking situation.