"We have demonstrated that the answer is no."
Translation:Noi abbiamo dimostrato che la risposta è no.
In an earlier question abbiamo dimostrato was wrong, solution was siamo dimostrati; I am confused - please explain!!
Now I've only recently learned the subjunctive, so I may be mistaken, but I thought that if the subject before 'che' is different from the subject after 'che,' then you would use the subjunctive form of the verb for the subordinate clause. So why is it "che la risposte è no" instead of "che la risposta SIA no?"
Can anyone explain why "dimostrato" is correct compared with my answer of "dimostrati". From other words in this sections I assumed the ending related to the nature of the person showing; i.e multiple people would make the ending "i". The other way I would consider is that demonstrate would then be focused on "la risposta" which would mean the ending would be "a".
Very confused with this section and sure it will take time to sink in. Thanks for any help in advance.
The past participle agrees with the subject when the auxiliary is essere or venire, e.g. "la formula è stata dimostrata" or "la formula viene dimostrata"; when the auxiliary is avere it's almost always in the singular male flexion, with the notable exception of clitics, that can have the verb agree with them, e.g. "lei ha dimostrato la formula" but "lei l'ha dimostrata" (the participle agrees with "la").
I wrote "Noi dimostrammo che la risposta e no" and it was correct. This section is the hardest one so far. I have repeated it no fewer than 50 times and rarely get through it.
Would "Abbiamo dimostrato che la risposta è di no" also be correct? In other lessons, I've seen "di" used for saying yes/no. When do you use di in this case?
Noi abbiamo dimostrato che la risposta è no....this is what I have answered yet the app keeps telling me I'm incorrect!
Whatever answer I choose it says "wrong" - there is something wrong with the app. Got stuck at that level . What can I do?
None of the answers are considered correct and it will not allow me past this question
Both "Noi Abbiamo.." and "Abbiamo.." phrases are appearing to be incorrect ? Some sort of fault with the app? Anyone else having this problem
I used "mostrare" instead of "dimonstrare" and was cut down. What is wrong with: "Abbiamo mostrato che la risposta è no." ?
They're both correct and no matter what I select it tells me I'm wrong xc