"She has a lot of food."

July 11, 2013


The hover over suggests "di". Why is it marked wrong in the answer: Ha molto di cibo?

July 11, 2013
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Molto is an adjective; if you want a literal translation you have to translate "lot" as well, as in "Ha un mucchio di cibo" or "Ha un sacco di cibo". And that's a pretty good translation in informal Italian.

July 11, 2013
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