Da' is also third person singular present indicative: http://italian.about.com/library/verb/blverb_dare.htm
I think it is principle, not principal.
Nope, "principal" is the adjective meaning "primary" or "foremost." "Principle" is a noun for a fundamental law or basic belief.
Why is "He gives two prime examples." marked as wrong? Is there another meaning for the word and only primary can be used here?
Would this also mean "two basic examples"? "Principal examples" implies the simplest examples
The answer page covers my response, so I can't compare. I am sure my answer matches on Samsung Galaxy S7!
should be 'principle' or ??? duo is very basic
something went bad bigtime with this one 'His from due examples main.' What is this supposed to mean.? Audio appeared to be correct