Similar to Spanish, could this also mean " the lime"? or is there a different word for that?
I had to check it out! The fruit "lime" is "limetta".
I'm Italian and I never heard that. The English "lime" is commonly used.
It is hard to understand her when she talks quiet
I agree it sounded like she said il ilimone to me. hence why I got it wrong
Is it masculine or feminine?
On one hand it begins with il - a masculine prefix. On the other hand, it ends with limonE, a feminine plural suffix.
Singular words of either gender can sometimes end with E. Those words make their plurals by changing the E to I. You'll have to memorize which are which, but there are some patterns that you'll become familiar with, so it's not completely hopeless.
I was going to ask the same thing. :)
Sometimes this app is really confusing
I tried applying what I learned in the tips section, and decided to answer 'the lemon tree'. I was wrong.
What is plural, "the lemons"? I limoni? or I limone?
I think i limoni is plural since limone is masculine.
Was walking down the road. Then...
Can't it be "The lemon tree?
The slow audio sounds like "il glimone".
So lemon is Il and lemonade is La ?
Please re record more loudly, the italian speaker is waaaaay too quiet half of the time