"He is a boy."
Translation:Lui è un ragazzo.
Im a newbie but in my country we learn French and I french we have Je suis Tu es Il est Nous sommes Vouz êtes Ils sont Which is the same in english I am You are He, she, it is We are You are They are I italian it's like Io è Tu sei ... So just imagine as "è" being "am" and "sei" being "is" I hope this helped
Articles have to match gender and number of the noun they refer to.
The singular determinate articles (the) are:
Lo - masculine, used before Z, S+consonant, GN, and some rarer consonant clusters. Il - masculine, used before consonants except the above. La - feminine, used before all consonants. L' - an elision of the above used before vowels. The indeterminate articles (a/an) are:
Uno - masculine, used before Z, S+consonant, GN, and some rarer consonant clusters. Un - masculine, used in all other cases. Una - feminine, used before all consonants. Un' - feminine, used before vowels."
I just copied the explanation below Basics 1.
I am familiar with the sentence and words associated with it, however, my keyboard doesn't allow me to put the accent mark above the "e" and it counted against me. I believe there should be some sort of relief or acknowledgment for keypads that cannot spell in other languages.
OK, I get this language. I feel it and I see it practically as well, but for some reason (I've only started last night, to be fair) I keep replacing è with Lui, meaning MISplacing them and put è before Lui. What is this about...? Did it ever happen to you? What can I do to learn from it? Any help would be appreciated. Thnx.