So, when it's a masculine word before the article and it's starts with a vowel it's gli and if it starts with a consonant it's i... Is that correct?
lei legge i giornali is the correct translation for the above , however , Duolingo does not accepts it as correct . Please change it.
You need to use the error reporting (the flag) not the discussion board for this. It just accepted this as the correct answer for this question, however, the first time i had a small typo and i had to look very carefully to find it!
I thought the same thing, but it says tick ALL correct answers, and there are two correct answers
When it's a masculine word after the article and it starts with a vowel, etc. Yup.
Yes, I meant after too. Grazie mille
They never taught me this!
You used the wrong word.
Lei legge i giornali.
As seen above, I clearly did not use the wrong word. Something is wrong with the error reading system on this.
Is it wrong if it's "il giornale"?
Yes because that's 'the newspaper' they are asking for 'the newspapers'.
This sentence was plural right? I wrote 'leggono' instead of 'legge' which was wrong, is that because 'Lei" is singular therefor the verb must be singular too?
what's the difference between i and il and le