Exactly what I was thinking!
It's not! Dogs actually do it! :)
More realistic than a dog eating salt. Lol
dog owners will understand this
Years ago I bought some expensive shoes and a dog I had then chewed them and ruined them.
LESSON 1: don't lost money with expensive things... good dog
Você tem um mundial?
No wonder if it was made of bistecca
Dogs eat homeworks as far as I know. That's their only diet...
Those are erudite dogs
Duolingo is spying on il mio cane again...
LOL, I'm going to be barefoot :))))))
no, ur gonna be wearing one shoe ;)))
Dogs don't usually eat shoes; they chew them. Is there a different Italian word for chew? Ah. masticare. (I just looked it up in Barron's.) English also has masticate.
Holy shmow, a thousand days, I'm speechless :O
What the, a streak of 1623, woah
Why can it not be boot?
why in the world do u have 100 lingots
Wait what. WHAT. What. Please explain yourself :') Am I missing a joke :')
Wow, such an applicable sentence!
Wow, you're learning a lot of languages, that's good!
Looks like my dog...
Scarpa is an s impure so shouldn't it be lo
Lo only replaces il (for masculine words starting with z or s+consonant). Scarpa is feminine so it still uses la
Just like la scimmia.
It should be masculine as well. 'Lo' goes for anything starting with s, sq, z, etc. For example, lo zucchero (the sugar) or lo squalo (the shark). Scarpa ends with an 'a' so it's a feminine word. Hope this helped!
Lo doesnt got with words starting with s, it goes with words that begin with s+consonant
My dog is in duolingo? What are you doing here???
That's my dog :)
That's my dog.
sorry dude I didn't know you already said that
My dog just brings me mine when he wants a reward.
Awww, how cute
do they keep dogs this much hungry in Italy?!
How do you tell if the translation should be "the dog eats the shoe" vs "the dog ate the shoe" ?
"Mangia" is a present tense of the verb, so it's "eats the shoe". "Ate the shoe" would require some of the past tenses for "mangiare".
it sounds like she is saying scapa, not scarpa. And when she says it slowly, it sounds like la escapa. What is wrong with my hearing?
Feed the dog on schedule, and it won't eat your shoe!
It eats socks, too.
I understand that some dogs do swallow strange objects but don't most of them just chew on objects like this? Perhaps the sentence should be "Il cane mastica la scarpa"?
Cane Cattivo! Bad Dog!
It was tasty!!!!
Il cane ha mangiato anche i miei compiti.
Il cane mangia la scarpa. Allora il cane ha mal di stomaco.
Still cheaper than good dog food!
OK, so now I'm waiting for: "Il gatto piscia sulla scarpa".
it always does!
what a dog : )
better than a dog eating cereal... seriously my stupid puppy...
Why do they keep repeating the same sentences?
Il cane è morto! Erano le mie scarpe preferiti!
Yum! Can I have mine with chips?
Sure sounds like carne, rather than cane, to me. But that wouldn't make sense.
Questa è la ragione perché Duolingo preferisce i gatti.
I said "the dog eats the shoes" but its shoe. why?
Scarpa is singular. The shoes is "le scarpe"
Il cane mangia la scarpe? Quale! La Scarpe intero?
I hate when they do that
Good thing it wasn't my boot where there is a knife.
I hope u go thru metal detectors everywhere u go
All the time!
Would "chews" be acceptable here?
The dog bites the shoe
It's probably a punishment for losing it!
It could be chew?
I have a dog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I typed this exact response twice and got an error. Any realustic suggestions?
Your pronunciation is very very confusing
Ma dog don't do dat!
I accidentally typed ears instead of eats and it said i was wrong.....
Whoo wants a doggy treat? Whoooooo wants a doggy treat?
In my PREVIOUS QUESTION.....(PORTA in ITALIAN means WEARS) and the answer came up as meaning DOOR!!!
i answered the same!
Gordon Ramsey : Finally some good fu**ing food
It's a bit annoying that i keep thinking of the scarf when i see the word scarpa
Scarpa sounds unclear, even when selecting the broken up word sequence. Peccato
And she sounds so happy telling me. I must have upset her
isn't cane plural?
No. Cane is (one) dog, i cani is the dogs
I hear "il plane"
Is this the bad-shoes version of "the dog ate my homework"
Finally a real sentence
Can't imagine that!
Is said dog from the Simpsons household?
Spelt cane with an R and got it wrong!
Dog:-mh.......not very well.....-