Why "stiamo" and not "siamo"?
That is how present continuous verbs are formed. It may not have been covered this early in the course.
Is the word order really that important? I lost a heart for guidiamo domani
I also lost a heart for that. I believe it should be accepted.
Could you leave off the "noi"? So the sentence would be "Domani guidiamo." Does that still make sense?
Yes, is what I wrote
In fact that is the default in Italian; to omit the personal pronoun. You would add it back in if you were trying to make a point that it is we who are driving as opposed to someone else in particular; if you wanted to stress that.
We haven't learn't this stiamo thing before and now it is just in the practice lesson?!?
why stiamo? what does that mean? Can someone please explain why it is not siamo and why it won't be accepted?
I imagine this being said by passengers of a car that has been driven into a ditch.
what tense is this?
Present tense, but used for action in the future.
Present tense: tomorrow we drive
Present progressive: tomorrow we are driving
Future tense: tomorrow we will drive
Future progressive: tomorrow we will be driving
I hope I didn't make any of that up.
domani... noi sono guido
says the same thing ; why the domani guidaimo noi ?
Tomorrow is future, why not "Domani guideremo" ?
Perchè " noi guidiamo domani" è sbagliato ?
Can someone please clearly explain why the correct sentence is "domani guidiamo noi"? What is the sentence structure explanation?