Several folks say there are putting periods, but I think a semi-colon makes more sense. Does anyone know if the comma is properly used in the Italian sentence?
why is 'sei' being used and not 'e' ? (sorry can't type the correct 'e')
It's saying you are a boy, not he is. If it were è it would mean he is a boy
What's the difference between "un" and "uno"? I mean, how can I know when I'm supposed to use one or the other?
Ahem. Uno is also a masculine...ah nvm. Sure. It always means one. Una and Uno don't exist. Un is, in fact, the short form of uno. Un uomo. Uno uomo. A, aka one, man. Pardon the vitriol please. Grumpy right now. ;) Sorry.
I can never get this speaking part right.. I wish you could slow down the speaking