I wanted to understand when to use "No" and when to use "Non"
Simple: "no" is "no" and "non" is "not", just like in English.
"No" is a general negation. "Is he a cat? No, he's a penguin." "No, lui è un pinguino."
"Not" only negates verbs: "He is not a cat." "Lui non è un gatto."
This is cool
No thank you
No means no Non means not
The voice of the Italian section is annoying! I wish they changed it. Maybe it would be better to have a man's voice or something.
I know! Maybe not a different gender, but definetly one with an accent!
well non means not and no means no
Thanks a lot
I used "No, thanks". What's wrong?
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