"I have a bottle."
Translation:Ho una bottiglia.
un is used with masculine nouns, una with feminine nouns. un' is used with feminine nouns beginning with a vowel.
Same here! I am missing "io" How about " Io ho una bottigia? Sorry, I am a beginner in Italian
We're all beginners darling! I know that I am struggling with this too. The fact that you're so proficient in several languages (based on your Duolingo rating) is impressing me! I can only speak English, a little Maori and am learning italiano. Go easy on yourself :D
"ho" with "io": Io ho una bottiglia
"ha" with "lui" and "lei": Lui ha una carota Lei ha una mela
Shouldn't it be " Io ho una bottiglia" as "Ho una bottiglia" seems to be more like asking someone to have a bottle
I think ho is when you have, ha is when somebody else has.
Conjugation for Have in Italian: Io ho Tu hai Lui/lei ha Noi abbiamo Voi avete Loro hanno