Difference between sei and è
and when to use them properly?
"Sei" is second person singular: "you are", "è" is third person singular: "he is", "she is", "it is".
It might help to hover over verbs and click on the blue conjugate button. You'll start to notice a pattern and conjugating verbs will become easier :)
i think perhaps sei means are and è means is? please correct me if i'm wrong
One important thing you guys are leaving out is that Lei e' is also "you are" when used formally.
Careful. Sei is only "you are" (talking informally to someone you know/younger than you). If you translate it like that, you might misconjugate "they are", which is sono. You'll understand better when you get to conjugates of essere.
How do I switch to my Spanish and French classes, I seem to be locked into Italian.
At the top right, click on your name. Then, click settings. Then, click learning language. Then, click Reset or Remove Languages.