Guys,i dont know how to tell the differences between "nel" and "nello"? help please...
nel = in il and nello = in lo.. you need to know the definite article of the word.. in this case lo zoo means that you have to use nello, not nel
This lady is horrible at pronouncing everything. Why can't they get someone normal
everything was wrong the audio was wrong i couldnt hear it write and i was on my last heart and last question and i failed all coz of that stupid audio
The letter "z" in Italian is pronounced very strongly with a "tz" sound. A perfect example would be the word "pizza". When it is pronounced, it sounds like "pitza".
No matter how slow I play it, nor how loud I set it, it always sounds like ZO. Every single time something like this comes up I get it wrong.
Those articles are tripping me up the most, haha. L' is a definite article before a vowel unless it's plural and masculine, then it's Gli. But it's that "e" at the end of the word that always gets me thinking it's singular. I will get the hang of this one day, haha
While this audio says "z-oh" i think a long "zoo" (kind of like zooo) is more accurate?