sono is the same for 'I' and 'they'; why is my answer (with 'they') not accepted?
Keep an eye on the adjective. Pronto matches the gender and number: pronto (m.sg.) pronta (f.sg) pronti (m.pl) pronte (f.pl). They are not ready yet = non sono ancora pronti.
Ah... so logical! Thank you very much!
Could it be "Ancora non sono pronto" ?
That is what i am thinking also as doesn't ancora mean again.
My answer was correct but not accepted!
Audio: speaker clearly says "no sono" not "non sono". Is it common to drop the n sound for a negative before a verb?