"Lui legge un giornale o un libro durante il pasto."

May 7, 2013


How do you hear the difference between ho and o? What should I listen for/look out for?

May 7, 2013
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There is no audible difference because the H is mute in Italian; you can judge based on context, as 'o' is a conjunction and 'ho' is a verb. Same with 'a' (preposition) and 'ha' (verb).

May 7, 2013

Why is "He reads a newspaper or a book for the meal" incorrect?

July 3, 2013

when do you use "o" versus "oppure"

July 27, 2013
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