Does anyone else hear "loronno" instead of "loro hanno"? Like, the words are not separated.
I do. So then I listen to the slower one
What is the difference between e and ed ?
In earlier practices we learned
"Ha" means Has
"Ho" means Have - in this lesson we are introduced to:
"Hanno" does it mean to Have for (plural)
Yes it is the 3rd person plural, they have
When do we use hanno, and what does it mean
They have = loro hanno
Im confused on that too
I wrote exactly what it sayed and got it marked wrong.
I did not need to do anything on my turn
I should be the only guy who wrote "the questions and the answers" I guess...
I does sound like "Loro ha no domande .........."
There is a clear double «nn» sound in the audio; plus that sentence in Italian would be meaningless, as Italian does not have the construction that English has where the word "no" can be used as an adjective to mean "none"/"not any"
"And" is translated to both : o and e?
O is or, e is and
Getting annoying with these two-substantives sentences translated vice versa...
I do not understand what you mean by "translated vice versa."
All i thought was "they have nothing but questions and answers!" Before i even looked at the word bank.