I dont know but i would guess ed is used when the next word starts wuth a vowel
connor is right. the drop down on the word has an explain and it stated ed is used when surrounded by vowels.
In general* ed 'is used when the next word starts with an e, however can be used in front of other vowels and it wouldn't be wrong
e is and and ed is and when followed by a word that begins with a vowel. think of it like "a" and "an" in english
can i say, lei scrive ed leggo? .. so i necessarily need to put the I before leggo?
You most likely can, but when adding the io you emphasize that she writes and I read.
If you leave out the "io" then "ed" would become "e" as ed is only used in front of vowels
yes, you are correct. instead of TU you used the word Lei with capital L always and the verb conjugations would also be in the third person. ex: Come sta? is how I could ask you how you are doing because I don't know you. similar to Usted in Spanish
Why is "LEI scrive ed io leggo" translated to YOU write and I read?? And the translation to "she" is marked wrong. This is literally the translation
Lei with a capital L is you formal (Usted in Spanish) lei is she with a lowercase L.
I am always a bit confused about pronouncing "ed", do I need to link the "d" to the next vowel or just to pronounce "e" and the next vowel separately, but keep the "d" silent? As in some other situations, I don't feel I hear the "d" at all.
the female audio's pronunciation of ed io really stinks. It sounds more like "evio"