I didn't include the semicolon (;) and instead wrote 'e' (and), and got this sentence wrong. Is Duolingo going to be picky about punctuation too?
They don't seem to be too picky about punctuation; I believe it was the adding of a word ("e") that made them mark it wrong.
I thought 'io sono' was to address feminine, whereas 'sono' is to address masculine, please someone correct me on this query.
Thank you so much!
"Io sono" is "I AM" "Loro/Essi sono" is "THEY ARE"
You can mistake these two but it will never be about feminin or masculine.
I had to record 20 times before it actually could understand what I was saying!!! XD
On android you don't have health but on apple you only get five tries. I have both apple and android devices.
it sounds like she is saying unwomo instead of uomo is that just her or is that how you say it
';' is a semicolon, and I believe it is used with the same rules in Italian as in English, but don't quote me on that.
"';' is a semicolon, and I believe it is used with the same rules in Italian as in English, but don't quote me on that."
-MoffatJosh - 2014
The font on here makes it deceptive. It is capital "i", not l. So as far as Ive learned, there is no "lo" its "Io". Though they might use lo the way Spanish does. I have yet to learn that
TU is the second person singular VOI is the second person plural
is quite hard starting from English where the second person is, in both cases, you. I agree !
how am I meant to know that the semi colon (;) is there !? this is an audio question here
Anyone else having trouble recording anything? I press the mike icon and it immediately stops and says I should try again...
It was in "type what you hear" and I used "." instead of ";" This really shouldn't be errored. How am I supposed to know there is a ";" expected?
The words for the second part doesn't come up - it actually only says Tu sei un regazzo...
I thought about mafia when I saw this phrase, quite looks like an intimidation huh?
ragazzo with "o" at the end of the word is boy ragazza with "a" at the end is girl
I would say "You are a boy; I'm a man" regarding "Tu sei un ragazzo; io sono un uomo". Your translation is wrong!
I'm pretty sure it was ragazza that was a girl and you just thought it was a boy
Earlier it said guy would also work instead of boy, but know it marks it wrong?
They said boy was lad also and i wrote down i am am a lad (aka boy) and it said i got it wrong. This is stupid