For some reason I can't remember how to spell this word.
Ha me either
Apparently there is "il cioccolato" as well as "la cioccolata"? (according to my dictionary). Is there a difference? Why won't duolingo not accept both?
Why is the il missing prior to cioccolato?
What is the difference between mangiamo & mangiano
Mangiamo is for "us" mangiano is for "they"
I hope this helps...
They= Loro mangiano, We= Noi mangiamo
why i always write ciocolatto...
I put mangiano cioccolato. Said it wad was wrong be because I missed the loro from the beginning. Duolingo is just being petty sometimes
A question: when we wanna say: I eat chocolate in Italian, I always have to put the article before? Like "Io mangio >il< cioccolato"?
I am trying to come to terms with definite vs partitive articles. Why is the definite article "il" used here?
Would be helpful to not cover the incorrect answer so that we can compare our incorrect response and see our error.
When do we use masculine "cioccolato" and when feminine "cioccolata"?
Why mangiate is wrong