I dont understand why it doesnt accept "senza" since as far as i can tell " senz` " is just the short for of the word above :(
t understand why it doesn
I think it helps the sentence to flow better. It is more awkward on the tongue to say "senza acqua", as opposed to just combining the two by using only one 'a', thus "senz'acqua"
Why we can't use "with no water"?
Is there always a liason for "preposition+definite article+noun that begins in a vowel"? Just wondering...