I had a pick-the-word question earlier with the clue "dead hedge" and the solution "morta"
struck me as odd.
If we don't know the gender, the verb [morire] would default to masculine. So, “È morto” could be ‘he died’ or ‘it died.’ As the statement is “È morta” it must be ‘she died.’ ['She is dead' was also accepted. 14 Oct 2014.] I hope that helps. Ciao.
yes, why not, if it is for example a plant (la pianta), suppose that would be oké
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Can somebody explain me when to use the verb "essere" and "avere", Thnx.
Essere is used with reflexive verbs and verbs meaning moving, avere is used with most of other verbs.
maybe because it is "morta" not "morto" ?? I'm not that far so its only a guess
Why it is not, since indefinitive is "morire", "È morita"? Thx for the answer.
I guess it's just irregular - unfortunately you just have to memorise those ones!
Why does the meaning for morta show "dead hedge"? Is there not a more common meaning for morta or morto?