When do we use Gli and I for plurals?
When the word start with Consonant use I and if it start with vowel with Gli
so you don't need an article for acqua here?
When I peeked at the word "insect", you said I should use "insetto" and completely ignored the correct answer.
I guess when you peak it only gives you a hint. Insetto is the singular form. Insetti is plural and since this is the 3rd lesson it may assume you only need a hint. Just a guess.
yes, i have the same question when do we use Gli and when I in plurals?
Why when I use Gl' instead of gli is wrong?