Who is his avocado?
couldn't il suo also be correctly interpreted as you?
You are nearly right :) The formal you is said in the same way BUT it is written with a capital "il Suo" so as to indicate that it is the formal you.
Thanks for that useful bit of information. I'd forgotten the difference between Lei and lei, and therefore suo and Suo.
Yep, I typed you on accident lol but yeah
Avocados at law
The female voice in this exercise is like a tired underpaid customer service rep on a bad connection phone line.
Why isn't it la sua? Or is just that il suo is masculine?
La sua Is femmene. Avvocato Is masculine
Oh, him? Phew. He sucks.
SUO could be HIS or HERS ... dont understand how this is specific to HER??
His or her is shown as correct after several submissions.
Couldn' it also be "solicitor" or is that word not used anymore? Or it just doesn't mean what I thought it means?
It sounds quite similar to the word 'advocate', and lawyers do advocate for their clients.