Ok i put cake and it marked me wrong and said the correct answer was pie... what?
Is there any reason why Italians don't capitalize some things that English speakers consider to be proper nouns, e.g., 'sabato' or 'domenica'?
Most languages I am aware of do not capitalize names of months, weekdays, languages and adjectives formed from proper nouns. So it's English that is somewhat strange in this. On the other hand, German capitalizes ALL nouns.
i misunderstood this one, i find it very easy for some reason to mix up domani and domenica :( lot's of words in italian that is similar but means different things, e.g adding domanda to this as well. Maybe it's just me ;)