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".
What on earth is a recipe doing in a wallet!!!
My query as well. Who keeps a recipe in their 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.
why is it not " la ricetta è nel il tuo portafoglio"
"Nel" is "in+il", so the article is already in the sentence.
So if portafoglio is wallet, what is the word for briefcase?
La valigetta. Alternatively, il ventiquattrore- literally, "the twenty-four-hours".
I believe in this sentence receipt and recipe were confused by the content creator.
Receipt: payment confirmation print out
Recipe: cooking instructions
Usually one carries confirmation of payment in one's wallet, not cooking instructions
How on earth did it get THERE? Not that I'm complaining or anything....
Because where else to put a recipe.
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."