What about I write a book?? instead of I write the book. :D
Il means the, if it was "Io scrivo un libro" then you could say "I write a book"
Ogni giorno, ogni giorno ogni giorno ogni giorno io scrivo il libro.
Can't beat a bit of Elvis Costello
Every day... Every day... Every day I write the book...
I am really having hard time to understand il and un :/ . They speak too fast
What about "i wrote the book"? Is wrote different than write?
Yes, "wrote" is past tense, so it will take a different form.
"I write the book" sounds off, and probably not used much in conversations, it would probably make sense in a self narration, but otherwise, it does not sound right.
A lot of this stuff would never be used in conversation. That's why I don't get why these apps are teaching this junk. 2 year olds learn to speak, and they do it long before they learn to write.
Sometimes its il or sometimes its un why so
Il is the definite article 'the'. Un is the indefinite article 'a/an'. As the English sentence is "I write THE book", we must use il - io scrivo il libro
Why it doesn't except anything