"They write a book."
Translation:Loro scrivono un libro.
I also got "ci scrivono un libro" along with "scrivono un libro" but when I looked it up after, it didn't make sense for the sentence.
Why can't you say Voi Scrivete instead of Loro Scrivono? How do you know when to use voi (they) and loro (they)?
ci piace la pizza - we like pizza. Finalmente ci siamo - here we are at last Some e.g. :)
How can I know when to use 'un'and 'il'? Cuz I did this same problem before and I wrote "un" and it said I was wrong then in this one I wrote "il" nd it shows im wrong..
'Il' is roughly equivalent to English "the"; 'un' is basically 'a/an'.
'Un' is the indefinite article, used to mean 'one' or 'a'/'an', whereas 'il' is the definite article and is used to mean 'the'