What is the difference between prepositions "sopra" and "al di sopra" ? Could I use "sopra" in this sentence instead. Is the composite preposition "al di sopra" or "al di sopra di" ?
"Al di sopra" is called locuzione avverbiale. It means on a superior level.
i thought i'd make the differentiation between 'above' and 'higher than' but that did not please the owl :( time to stop trying to be clever and just give the words they want i think :L
why "the health is above the wealth" is marked wrong?
because of the articles
'Health over wealth' is a better English translation.
Is not 'riches' the equivalent of 'wealth'?
And in this example they don't want 'the' in the translation! Why? Surely both are ok and would be acceptable in English.
Would "Health is more important than wealth" be a correct solution?
Health is at the of above of the wealth. Why are there sooo many words in this sentence? I am confused.
Health is over wealth?
Health is the greatest wealth. A less literal translation but more frequently said?
I'm curious as to why the Italians would arrive at what is, literally translated "to the of above" to mean "over." It seems like a wast of words... But then, this is the language where the verb "feed" is translated "give from to eat..."