Another example of how Duolingo desperately needs to increase the relevancy of the sentences in the Italian course.
Does this mean "We are perfect"? (an odd thing to say) or something like "we are done?"/"We are finished?"
Ma Gandalf... Nonostanto quando finisciamo DuoLingo Italiano con tre cuori intatti?
Autocorrect changed my sentence from "We are perfect" to "We are perverting" lol XD
Curious. We can also say "Aren't we perfect?", with doubt to the second person. Hence expecting "No we're not (perfect)", but if the second person said "yes", it is taken that the second person agrees that they are perfect. Does the same conversation rules aply in Italian?
Could a correct response to this question be "Siamo Perfetti." ? Guy1: "Siamo Perfetti?" Guy2: "Siamo Perfetti."