"The bee eats the sugar."
Translation:L'ape mangia lo zucchero.
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It is perhaps more conducive to learning for a beginner learner of language to practice these Duolingo lessons with the standard Italian language rules instead of introducing slang, colloquial and dialects.
Get the basics right first.
Simple rule to remember: "lo" instead of "il" -
- before the so-called impure consonants, that is, s+consonant (impure s), gn, pn, ps, x or z)
- before foreign terms with first letter j, y, w, x, h (i.e. lo judo, lo yoga, lo yacht, lo yoghurt, lo yeti, lo xilofono, l'whisky, l'Hegel, etc).