You are correct. In both Spanish and in Italian the "h" isn't sounded. However, as you'll learn later; the "h" can change the sound of a group of consonants such as in "chocolate".
Well if u were Italian having a Spanish test u wild no practically everything
I am Brazilian and I am mastering italian so fast as well. Maybe it's because Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French and Romanian, all these languages came from Latin.
Italian is kind of lik spanish because libro means book in spanish and italian!!!
"Him, he has a book" would be more logic because when you put the pronound in italian it is to insist.
I say it correctly every time and it never registers correctly. Is this a common problem ?