This is like being in a class where there's an awful lot of talking and now laughing. It's slower but prob better than learning on your own
I wish I could really see some Insects in butter or some horses eating chocolate or some Butterfly humans if I ever go to Italy!
The insects in butter is easy, just leave it out and uncovered on a warm day. My boyfriend has horses living next to him that eat his grass clippings so I guess they'd eat a little piece of chocolate. Really, your only longshot is the butterfly humans. Maybe the ballet?
I really enjoy these odd sentences. I get that it's just for us to understand the words grammatically.
I did the same thing - especially since I forgot what "cucina" means, and the translation they gave showed it as being conjugated in the 2nd person "you cook".
Why is this "One elephant does not cook" and not "The elephant does not cook"?
un elefante non cucina" means "
an elephant does not cook". To say "
the elephant does not cook" you would need "
l'elefante non cucina".
Well when I first heard this sentece a thought that - An elephant isn't a kitchen..
That would be "Un elefante non è una cucina." The "non" ("not") always comes right before the verb.