"My shoe is green."
Translation:La mia scarpa è verde.
this is wierd... bianco, can be changed to bianca, nianchi, and also nero to nera and neri. why verde always stays the same and are there any colors that also stay the same?
I most languages there are certain words that do not change from singular to plural. They are called "invariable". This is just one of them.
It's more common in those that end in "e" in the singular, but that's not a set rule. For instance, as stated below, rosa is also invariable.
So if "verde" is the singular feminine form of "green", what's the plural? Since it's an adjective that has to agree with its noun