Quei is the adjectival form. It precedes a noun. Quelli is a pronoun or standalone form.
Thank you very much.
what is the difference then? I don't understand
When do I use quei and when do I use quelli?
Quei is an adjective (Here it modifies Pantaloni.) and Quelli is a pronoun (It may have an adjective modifying it.).
Wish to know that too!
Ok I've read the comments below but in this case we are talking those shoes and those trousers, in both cases the word preceeds a noun
In the hint, NOR is suggested as "nè" but in the correct answer it appears as "né". What is the correct one?
Would "Nè voglio quelle scarpe nè quei pantaloni" also be correct?
I don't see how it could work. "Neither I want those shoes nor those pants."
why is it quelle? not quel?
The <peek> function gives a falling accent for the second <ne> which would result in "Non voglio né quelle scarpe nè quei pantaloni." and is not accepted.
Is the <peek> wrong here, or is there a <ne> with falling accent meaning <nor>?