I had a nephew do that, once. My sister-in-law and her family were stuck inside during a bad rainstorm. He found and ate several handfuls out of a five-pound bag of sugar. He was about 18 months old at the time. I believe they eventually had to scrape him off the ceiling.
Me too. I do not understand why some people does not like it. Maybe i am eating sugar so much...
At cross country meets, me and my friends take sugar packets from the concession table and do 'sugar shots'. It's pretty fun. XD
I have diabetes so when there is a italian asking Tu mangi zucchero? ill be like yea man
not necessarily. although I believe this comment was sarcastic. there are types of diabetes where you suffer from low blood sugar, or when you have a low blood sugar you should eat something with some sort of glucose, now just a spoonful of sugar isn't a good idea but.
Well possibly some do. But also let's not forget not all DL sentences are logical. That's half the fun.
Indeed, they make them at least somewhat interesting. I wonder if they figured this out and may have did this on purpose. Although, nothing beats the illogicalness (is that a word?) of the first few lessons in Brazilian Portuguese
In restaurants of India, you will be given a little bowl of sugar alongside the bill after having your lunch or dinner there.
I know there is a person I know that if u hand her anything sugery she will litteraly bounce off walls
as a child i did eat lots of them. Especially in the morning. I do not know, i was poor and i did not have nutella or other suitable alternatives.
Yeah.I eat sugar sometimes but..really? Eating sugar will make you sick. I've been stuck in the house for 3 weeks because of eating too much sugar....
I eat little 10 g packages of vanilla-burbon flavoured sugar sometimes when I'm stressed and don't have anything
Not only that, but I guessed zucchini on an earlier one and didn't get it marked wrong, so...
Zuccherare is the act of adding sugar, and it's a verb :)
Zuccheriera instead is the sugar dispenser.
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Are these words supposed to not have articles? I took 2 years of Italian in college and I don't remember this being a situation where articles aren't necessary.
It's not mandatory, but it's possible to leave out the article. If you mean sugar in itself or a specific sugar it should be "mangio lo zucchero", but if you simply mean an unspecified amount of sugar it could be either "mangio dello zucchero" or "mangio zucchero".
"Io mangio lo zucchero" should not be incorrect in that case.
Good points! Can an Italian native weigh in on the "Z" pronunciation? Is at "tsukkero" or "dzukkero?" Is it a regional thing?
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I wish they didnt doc u for spelling (at least if you spell it somewhat close) :(
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Hey guys, is it "Io mangio lo zucchero" ( I eat THE sugar) or is "Io mangio zucchero " fine? Going back to a previous problem, Io mangio pane was translated to I eat bread (plural) but the correct way was Io mangio il pane ( I eat the bread)
I saw that word for the the first time and shouted ZUCCHINI. A bit disappointed, actually.
Gross. I will not stop the clutter!!!!!!! It is very often i stick my hand in the sugar jar and I help myself, so, I'm normal.
I am the only one that though it sounded like an n at the end of mongio? Or is that the actual pronunciation of the word? I really wanna know.
I spelled sugar wrong in Italian by one letter and it was considered "wrong!"
It just kinda makes more sense for the answer to be lunch. Especially with no previous hints as to what zucchero could be D:
It's wrong. The italians always put ahaed the articles. I know because I'm Italian ;) Io mangio lo zucchero...
Is it just me or someone else can also hear a "L" before zucchero if you listen in normal speed??
Sugar is in almost everything - even things, that do not taste sweet. So we are all eating sugar all the time, actually.
Here we go again. It's one thing to tell your Spanish friends about your sugar eating habits, but to then go and tell your Italian friends, too? No
Wait people eat sugar ALONE like a get a bottle of sugar and dump it in my mouth yup realistic
I would not think that many people eat sugar, a more literal translation would be "I take sugar"
i put a the!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!and do people eat sugar???????????????
Dude, I'm screaming into the phone's microphone but all I see is "It doesn't seem right!"
Like If i get the word "Sugar" Wrong It Should Just Leave It Right....Duh I Was Going Fast.....Plus Whats The Diffrens- And Do People Even EAT Literlly Sugar? That Would Tast BAD And Disgusting....EWW!
I would think they do! We put it on cereal, plenty of gorme chiefs use it in many different dishes i think. We perhaps do not eat plain sugar on a regular basis but we certainly do eat it...!
As an american it seems weird to imagine someone sitting on the couch eating sugar XD
i speak french by native. i wonder if we say "i eat sum sugar" or "i eat sugar". because when learning english it was said that we need to put a "some" before uncountable nouns. the software rejects my answer when i put "i eat some sugar". Can you help me
I Think It Should Be Teaching Us How To Call People Sugar Instead Of Telling People To Eat It
I've been repeatedly typing in the right answer and keep saying it's the wrong answer
the sound is very very bad so i can't answer the question...... during the lessons the sound was100% OK