"I have a plate."
Translation:Io ho un piatto.
Ho is the first person singular = I have. Ha is the third person singular = He/She/It has.
It's well-worth learning all the present tense conjugations of "Avere" because it is such a common verb, Ho, Hai, Ha, Abbiamo, Avete, Hanno by heart. That is: I have, you (singular) have, he/she/it has, we have, you (all) have, they have.
You probably wouldn't eat from a piastra but you could straighten your hair with it.
It depends on the gender. For example, the boy, will be translated like un ragazzo, a girl, una ragazza and so on and so forth..
In conversation it would be improper to use the pronoun. "ho un piatto" would be correct. vero?
I don't understand... the right answers are: "ho un piatto" and "io ho un piatto"... i answered with " Io ho un piato"... why is it wrong? have I answer with both? can I?
I wrong when i click "i ho un piatto" "ho un piatto". I can't step to the next question. So desperate