Who else cant roll their R's
i cant because i have a speech impedement.
I can :^)
According to Duolingo, everybody's got a grill!
Yes, that 's why it's una griglia.
Yes, but in a past question I got it wrong for putting "una" instead of "un," but here is right. That confuses me.
Una is feminine.
The articles are gender specific as well, "una" for those words ending with an "a"
How do you tell to use masculine of feminine or regular nouns... I don't even know if there is that many variations! HELP ME PLZ!
Feminine nouns end with-a and sometimes with-e
a stove, is a stove, no matter where you go
After making an error, i cannot see my error since a green block covers it up and will not move, so i cannot see what is underneath.
what is this? - why don't this: - in the kitchen is a grill!
The word grill in italian confuses me I don't know how to spell it
Is griglia not feminine even though it ends in "a"?
It is a femenine noun. La griglia or una griglia
I thought grills were outside??!
Not if it is in the UK - in the UK it is a heated element in the oven which cooks the food from above (for toast, sausages, meat ...)
I haven't seen "grill" yet. Anyone else have that problem?
I can roll my r's. My native language is Spanish but I've been fluent in English since I was five.
once again, not a "wrong word" but a typo - holding down a key too long
damn your good if you finish the whole lesson with 1 life
I thought it said girl so I wrote una ragazza...
So it's also Io cucina , like saying "I kitchen" huh
One answer two questions before corrected my response from 'una' to 'un', which was a change from un to una previously. The answer to the repeated question just now has changed the answer again to 'una'. Are these inconsistencies common?
My answers to this question have been 'corrected' from una to un and back again.