"He drinks coffee."
Translation:Lui beve caffè.
Well I'm Mozambican and in my country we speak Portuguese, therefore forgive me for any syntax error but I think I have the trick for this case: when you are using 'we' - use 'iamo' on the end of the word. Ex: noi siamo - we are; noi beviamo - we drink.
When you are using you (for plural case) -use 'iete' on the end of the word. Ex: voi siete - you are; voi beviete - you drink. Again, for plural cases. Im just starting the Italian curse this week im not any expert so I may have committed some syntax errors in Italian 2.
Hi. Can people offer advice on when and when not to include articles? The tips section says always include it, but there seem to be many exceptions. Is this correct? Is it just a general rule, but there are random exceptions or is there a caveat to explain the exceptions to the rule?