Would be nice to be taught the rules...
well, we just were ;-)
Why is this 'verdi' and not 'verde'?
Verde is a gender invariant adjective (as most adjectives ending in -e in the singular), and the plural is verdi.
Thank you. Very helpful for me.
Thanks for the answers on here. When you have learnt nero, nera, nere etc. It seems odd to find green has no genders
Why is "miei" for "my" not correct here?
because scarpe is feminine plural .. more here
Can we say .. verda and verdo in other sentences ?
Tell me everything about green
No, we can't. It only has two forms: singular "verde" and plural "verdi"
verde m, f (masculine and feminine plural verdi)
Invariable adjectives : blu, (dark), arancione, rosa, and viola
The correct answer for green plural was shown as "verde, " which is sing form of male or female adj.