"The boys eat apples."
Translation:I ragazzi mangiano le mele.
Do you have to say "le" for "the" or would you be able to the say the boys eat apples as opposed to the boys eat the apples?
In a year it has not been corrected. Some times I use the wrong word to be able to pass the question "correctly", just to continue with the lesson. Knowing that I am using the correct word. Apparently nobody reads when we report something wrong.
I'm confused--I thought "gli" was the masculine plural, rather than "I"? Grazie.
gli- masculine plural before a vowel, an h, s+consonant, z,ps,gn,y.
i- masculine plural for all other cases
lo-masculine singular before s+consonant, z,ps, gn, y.
l'-masculine and feminine singular before a vowel