I'm confused - I understand that normally we don't use articles with possessives when we talk about relatives, but here we have 'i suoi genitori'. Is 'genitori'an exception?
No, it is not "genitori" which is the exception. You use the artlicle whenever you speak of more than one relative. An example: "my brother" - "mio fratello" But "my brothers" - "i miei fratelli".
i write "it lives with its parents" because i don't know if is he or she.. why must be "he lives with his parents"? or maybe can be posibility write "it lives with parents" only? io non lo so xdd
"It" in English is only used for inanimate objects and for animals. If you are not given a gender you usually translate with "he", in speech you could go for "he/she" (he or she), and in some situations you can use "they" to mean an individual person (in this case it wouldn't work however).
thanks because i don't understand more good english but now i see a light x)
If you look at the clues, vive can mean he/she/it. Ive learned that its all about context im afraid
What's the exact words you wrote letter by letter? It's impossible for one person to be marked correct but not another with the exact same answer. It would also help for you to tell us WHAT was marked as incorrect in the suggested answer.
The other exercise for this phrase says that 'vive con' is wrong and it should be 'vive coi' now I'm super confused. Any help appreciated!
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