That's just creepy.
Duolingo teaches to be ready for every situation in the life.
My wife's comment - "If you don't know, you have issues..."
I thought he was with you.
i hope i never have to use this sentence
I hate it when that happens.
Couldn't finish the lesson because I was laughing so hard at these responses. Who knew learning Italian could be so much fun!
If I tell you I have to kill you
Some of the Italian course's sentences make me laugh... a lot :))))))
Is he dead or alive?
OMG! There's a strange man in my tub!
Dun dun dun dun. Husband catching wife
Or wife catching husband o_O
Why "nella vasca" but "in bagno", "in doccia"?
La morte di Marat di Jacque Louis David
Whats the difference between chi and che?
As interrogative pronouns, pretty much "chi" is "who/whom" and "che" is "what" (also "che cosa" or "cosa"); as relative pronoun only "che" is used to mean both.
Una domanda non volete chiedere vostro mogli!
:) un vero scherzo di duolingo
I take it tub is American English for bath??
Yeah. Short for bathtub
I thought italians say bagno for bath
That's Presuming Ed.
Io sono l'uomo nella vasca!
Alex Britti. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Asuw3J4-tJo
There's a fat man in the bathtub with the blues.
Why do I need to know this sentence? Or the one preceding it which asked why you are in the bathroom?
The fisherman who brings my mother the fish....
Duolingo says my answer is wrong but it's the same sentence as the solution shows.
ght want to check out thi sketch of Loriot
I thought we couldn't use the question words at the beginning...?
"Its just the plumber," says my wife
This is a very alarming question!