Could it be No, she is not?
i'm lost :D
For the beginner, the translation is confusing me when I haven't any methods about Italian.
Im confused. An ealrier phrase I had to translate was "No, it is not me, it is you" the translation ended up being "No, non sono io, sei tu" I think that was the translation. How come in this case the È is used instead?
That is because certain verbs go with certain subjects- io sono, tu sei, lui/lei/Lei 'e, noi siamo, voi siete, loro/Loro sono. These are all conjugations of the verb essere, "to be".
Isn't "No, not her" the same as "No, it is not her?"
Lei can be either you or she
No i can't!?