when do you use 'sopra' and when do you use 'sulla'? Would 'Metto il sale sulla bistecca' also work?
I think there is no difference, sulla is just su with the definite article.
But I am also curious if there's any difference between sopra and su. Can any Italian explain?
I was counted wrong for not saying I put salt on MY steak. Where did the my come from, and why is that the only correct answer?
Is there a "top" of a steak? I wrote " I add salt on the steak" and duo said it is wrong. But to me " on top of the steak" is a weird word, it has a little funny.