"Why don't we go up?"
Translation:Perché non andiamo su?
I think this word (tiramisu) doesn't exist. The correct is "sollevami". "su" means "on" in English. Example: I am on the roof - Sono sul (su + Il) tetto. But in this sentence "Perché non andiamo su?" "andiamo su" has the same meaning that "salire", in English "go up" or "go out".
Tiramisu is a classic Italian pudding made with cream, chocolate, espresso, amaretto and spongey biscuits, so named because it's a pick-me-up. If you've not had it, I thoroughly recommend trying it if you can (not against religion/dietary requirements) as it's delicious!
You are correct, I do well with French and Spanish but can't get my head around Italian. The lessons are not well organized. Like animals introduced or infinitives more clearly offered. At the moment, I have no clue to make a sentence in Italian. Very frostrating. Will need a course this winter
If you do Duolingo on a computer versus your mobile device/tablet, you'll be able to see the root words when you hover over the conjugated word. As an added benefit of going online, you can see the entire list of words that you've learned so far and their many definitions.
I'm using a laptop program in windows and I can highlight the verb, it will offer meanings of the verb and conjugation in the present tense. A good source for all conjugations is the web site "Italian Verb Conjugator. http://www.italian-verbs.com/italian-verbs/conjugation.php
I am sure that you have your answer by now, but for those who don't know, "Click" on the "Words" item in the menu above. It will give a list of all the words you have learned. Clicking on any verb will show a window on the left. In that window click "More details". It will give you all the conjugations for that verb (for each tense that you have learned to that point), including the infinitive.
En este caso es un adverbio que significa arriba. También puede ser la preposición sobre, en cuyo caso se combina con los artículos para dar sul, sullo, sull', sulla, sui, sugli, sulle, como en "Il libro è sulla tavola".
In this case su is an adverb meaning up. It can also be a preposition on/above/about, in which case it is combined with articles to give sul, sullo, sull', sulla, sui, sugli, sulle, as in "Il libro è sulla tavola".