Such a cute sentence. I imagine a female rabbit that is traveling in italy with her baby bunnies and she teaches them this sentence at an italian market.
Why you say una instead of un carota? Is it considered feminine? In my language this considered masculine
Yes, carota is feminine. You can see it from the ending, if a noun ends -a, like in carotA, ragazzA, it is feminine, while if it ends -o, it is masculine, like in ragazzO (singular). In plural -a turns into -e, and -o turns into -i: ragazzE (f), ragazzI (m). There are also exceptions, where the word ends -e in singular, like in IL pane - this is masculine, but LA notte - feminine. These You have to memorize, which noun is what gender, as far as i know, there's no rule for this, but if someone knows any rules for this as well, please let us know.
I keep laughing at this because if you say this in Spanish, you're saying someone has a big face
I just answered one carrot and it marked me wrong. I'm calling BS on this one.
In most Romance languages, there is no distinction between A, AN and ONE. UN/UNA/UNO are both numeral and article.
I typed "A carrot", it said I'm wrong, it should be "A carrot"... Are you joking? Wtf?
I typed "one carrot", it said I'm wrong, it should be "A carrot" the next was the "Una banana" I typed "one banana", it said I'm right