"Lui e mio padre sono fratelli."
Translation:He and my father are brothers.
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It's kind of contextual. In this sentence, there is also the verb sono (they are) so also having the verb è (is) wouldn't really make sense. There's really not too much difference between the e and è sound that I've been able to pick up, but I'm sure linguists would disagree.