I think it is confusing to have a female voice say that she is a male vegetarian.
It would have made more sense if they said 'I am a vegetarian'
Is it correct to say "sono vegetariana" rather than "vegetariano" if I am female?
Se sei una donna, si!
The voice for my Italian sentence was a woman. She said "vegetariano" . She should have said "vegetariana" (as she is a woman)
In English, wouldn't we say "I am A vegetarian"? When you take out the article, that's usually referring to food, as in "The soup is vegetarian" or whatnot. It seems weird to just say I am vegetarian.
'Vegetarian' could be an adjective for a person too, as in, "Are you vegetarian?"
I am a vegetarian and i say it both ways. ("i am a vegetarian" and "i am vegetarian").
i agree. I thought it would be accepted considering the implied articles accepted in previous lessons.
Not really. Its the same thing. When asked i usually say im vegetarian.
Totally agree with this
How would you say "I am vegan"? Io sono vegana?
yes if you're a woman or Io sono vegano if you're a man
Ma non sono vegetariano, sono vegano.
Se sei vegano, automaticamente sei anche vegetariano.
Oh for heaven's sake it's a female voice
is being vegetarian accepted/easy in italy?
Acceptes yes, easy somr times. On Sicilia, where i live, is it easy in the bigger citties and hard when you are in a small town. But theres allways some salad, or a pizza magharita which you can eat. They just dont unterstand why you are doing this
I am not.
I am Vegan.
Better than being a butterfly...
Better than anything. :)
yes I am
Why use a female voice for a male vegetarian
"Vegan" is not allowed :(
Vegan is different from vegetarian.
vegan is vegana/ vegano
So why is vegetarian is vegeteriano while vegetables are verdura?
Vegetables = verdura or vegetali but verdura is the most used
Verdura could almost be translated as "greens."
Its the same in german: "Vegetarier" is as far as I know a loan word from english and not derived from "gemüse" (vegetable)
Does sono not belong to plural as in they, he is vegetarian is singular person.
I've said this correctly three times. It won't accept my answer!
In English you need an indefinite article A