I think "gli" in this case would be "gl" so the correct answer would be gl'idraulci and not gli idraulici. Please tell me if I am wrong.
Nowadays, the article "gli" (as well as the article "le") rarely (never) takes the apostrophe, also in front of words beginning with the same vowel.
gli idraulici - gli italiani - gli insetti - le erbe - le eliche - le entrate
In Italy they must have the same problem waiting around for plumbers to turn up as we do in Britain!
"gli" is the article you have to use in front of all masculine plural nouns beginning with a vowel, s+consonant or z
gli uomini - gli studenti - gli zaini
I wrote 'dove' for 'where is' and it was marked wrong, on an earlier question. Yet it's right here. Why?
Dove sono is "where are"; dov'è is a contraction of "dove è" and it means "where is". Did you leave out the apostrophe, perhaps?
But Peach is more famous for that!
you have to use the article gli in front all masculine plural words (nouns and adjectives) starting with a vowel or s+consonant or z
gli alberi (the trees), gli alti pini (the tall pines)
gli studenti (the students), gli sporchi fiumi ( the dirty rivers)
gli zaini (the backpacks)
Dov'e is singular: "Where is the plumber?" Dove sono is plural: " Where are the plumbers?"
it's what i want to know i never can find one in my neighborhood, they're always too busy
She is definitely saying vi in the slow version. I got it right because I knew it couldn't be that. I wrote gli even though that is not what I heard.
I know it's been awhile you made your comment, but I remember Watergate as if it was yesterday. 'A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away....'
Mario is stuck in a green pipe, while Luigi is eating some canoles.