"They read the books."
Translation:Loro leggono i libri.
The articles are inflected too: the plural of "il" is "i", and the plural of "lo" is "gli".
You have to choose two options that means the same: "Leggono i libri" and "Loro leggono i libri"
Can someone confirm if I understood it correctly ?
il = masculine, vowel, singular / lo = masculine, consonant, singular / i =; masculine, vowel, plural / gli = masculine, consonant, plural / l' = feminine, vowel, singular / la = feminine, consonant, singular / le = feminine, both, plural /
Is there a chart for this? I'm trying to memorize the differences and understand them. While I'm aware that all the Romance languages carry very similar article rules, this is somewhat confusing. Sorry, I want to travel to beautiful Italy someday fully prepared.
The two phrases are correct. If you pick only "Loro leggono i libri" then you are incorrect for not also picking the other. In other words you have to pick the two when both are correct in order for your response to be correct.