"Yes, it is her."
Translation:Sì, è lei.
è already means 'it is' (or 'he is' or 'she is') so you don't need to add 'lo' to it or you'll be saying 'it it is!'
'lo' is a different kind of 'it,' replacing a noun. Like instead of saying 'Give me the book' you might say 'Give me it'. That's when you'd use 'lo.' Hope that makes sense!
its cu in italian lei and lui replaces lo cuz lo is used for animals and obiects. english referance. so you dont need to use lo and just say e lei also e is always before the lei and lui.
direct translation, yes, is her. that should be an answer. i know after reading some of these questions and answers that it should be (yes, it is her). but it would make more sense to me if i memorized the direct translation of the statement/sentences. and understand the Italian semantics.
Me neither, not on my tablet, and I keep getting dinged for it. Is there a way?
If you go to Settings, and then to Language Input, there should be an option for how many languages you want your keyboard to access. Just pick the languages you want and when that's done, your spacebar should show a little world icon next to it. If you tap that icon, your spacebar will show which language you want. Then when you are spelling, just hold the letter for a moment and the correct one will be available.