il nome e Bond, James Bond.
Why isn't this sapere??? A name is a fact, a piece of information.
'Oh God, for shame
I do not even know your name
Will you say?
Won't you tell?'
I came here for this ❤
if i don't even know your name, why is it ok to use the familiar form?
You might be speaking to a child
"Non conosco" and "Non so" are the same?
No, for the differences of "sapere" and "conoscere" have a look here:
Would: "I don't recognise your name" be an accurate translation?
Hmmm ...it didn't like me saying "i know not your name" but i'm sure that it is correct ;)
I guess this construction works better as "I know not thy name" :D
My name is Luka, I live on the second floor.
Why is the 'il' necessary in the sentence? Thanks
I think you only drop the il/la when referring to close relatives. For everything else you need the definite article.
I could be wrong though?
Why nome instead of chiami???
My name is Jeff
Why was I do not"recognize" your name considered incorrect?