they should explain more when to use "la" and 'il" because I don't see any difference with "un"
¨la¨ and ¨il¨ are THE in feminine and masculine, respectively. ¨un¨ and ¨una¨ are A in masculine and feminine, respectively. Hope this helps. A
Do they use Donna as a name in Italy too? I have this ridiculous picture of the intro in my head: Native: What's your name? Donnas: Woman Native: good-natured laugh No what's your name? Donnas: My name is Woman Native: Your parents didn't love you, did they?
But I'm actually genuinely interested in whether Italian women are sometimes named Donna too and if it's therefore just a normal thing, like Hope, Joy or Will in English?
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