Wondering same thing here! Not sure if the vowel on the next Word has something to do with it.
Like "a" and "an" in english!
^ yup, its when theres a vowel at the begining of the next word you use the "d" in "e" to make "ed"
I am wondering about that myself!! I think they sneak daft things in to see if anyone bites :)
Can anyone explain what "20th century writer/artist" is all about in relation to "ed".
Ed Ruscha - old filmmaker / visual artist. I think Duo just snuck it in as a silly reference since 'ed' doesn't have many meanings on its own.
Not really though, they follow the same rule but they have different meanings
Not entirely sure what shes going to cook herself with that! Sounds like my custard & pilchard surprise ;)
Why can't I say, "Io ho un pomodoro e una mela? " Why mustit be " Io ho un pomodoro ed una mela?
I used ed before uomini and it was wrong. Now I use ed before una and it's correct. I'm sure there's a reason why but it escapes me.
like many others i'm confused about the usage of 'e' vs. 'ed'. some explain that the 'd' is only added if the following word begins with the same vowel as the one the 'd' is added to (e.g. 'leone ed elefante') but duolingo itself seems to not be following this rule. what gives?