Since this is a clothes section, you'd think it would be a receipt (ricevuta) in the wallet rather than a recipe! Perhaps it's a good way of teaching a "false friend".
So if portafoglio is wallet, what is the word for briefcase?
La valigetta. Alternatively, il ventiquattrore- literally, "the twenty-four-hours".
What on earth is a recipe doing in a wallet!!!
When I get a piece of paper that I want to keep while out of home, I quite often put it in my wallet. It won't get lost there.
How on earth did it get THERE? Not that I'm complaining or anything....
Because where else to put a recipe.
why is it not " la ricetta è nel il tuo portafoglio"
"Nel" is "in+il", so the article is already in the sentence.
One of the first sentences, regarding possessive, to make absolute sense to me.
I hear nella not nel...!
But if the words following are "tuo portafoglio," that's a big hint that either the audio or your hearing is off.
La ricetta per farmi felice...
Wrong!! Must be receipt, and I lost a
This was addressed in the very first comment. The word for "receipt" is "ricevuta."