he's the old one then? that's awkward.
Why not: "No, it is not my new boyfriend". Depends on the context.
usually we use "it" for a thing/ sometimes an animal but here I believe it should be 'he"
Someone knocking at the door. "Is it your new boyfriend?"
Any reason why "nuovo" is before "fidanzato" and not after?
Certain adjectives come before the noun, such as those related to newness, age, beauty, size.
why not: fiancee?
Now accepts fiance. I think 'fiance' is a man, 'fiancee' a woman. (first e has accent in both)
Is Ragazzo possible here? Like "ragazza=gf"
As I have acte accent on my English English keyboard I used double e. Silly me....
what is the difference between fiance and husband?
fidanzato - fiance
marito - husband
What's wrong "boyfriend" here, while many other exercises use "boyfriend" for "fidanzato"? Terrible inconsistency in DL!