It's indifferent: you can use both of them and it's sounds the same. I'm native italian speaker and, personally, I prefer to say "Io parlo inglese" but, anyway, there is no difference, it's up to you! Ciao
So out of curiosity - the Pimsleur CD's I'm listening too insist on using the article l' to say Parlo l'inglese or Parlo l'italiano - but here it's not shown - any difference?
Why aren't we taught the gender of languages? Is inglese masculine?
Yes, it is. Most nouns ending with «e» are masculine: «l'inglese». The article is optional here.
All languages are masculine:
Il francese French
Lo spagnolo Spanish
Il tedesco German
Il coreano Korean
And so on
... with duolingo
Why not "I talk English?"
That sounds awkward in English. In English, you "speak" a language, but you "talk to" or "speak with" your friends.
Oh okay thanks
You're welcome. :)
Too bad your speaker non parla Italiano.
"I learn it from a boook"