"The cooks eat the cakes."
Translation:I cuochi mangiano le torte.
What will there be left for guests if the cooks eat all the cakes by themselves? ;)
Use Gli for plural noun that starts with a vowel, and i for plural noun that starts with consonant..oh and for ffeminine nouns you use le :-)
Apart from masculin plural words beginning with a vowel, use GLI also if they start with "gn", "z", "x", "y", "pn", "ps" and "s+consonant"
Gli gnomi, gli zii, gli xilofoni, gli yo-yo, gli pneumatici, gli psicologi, gli scorfani/sciamani/stadi/spari, ecc.
P.S. "Gli pneumatici" is often mistaken by Italians who might say or even write "i pneumatici" which you might even find written in adverts!
When should you use "le" and "i"? Is "le" for words that end in "e" and "i" for words that end in "i"?
"Le" is feminine plural while "i" is masculine plural as "gli". See previous posts about when to use "gli" according to the first letter(s) of the following word
I used cuochi and I got it wrong because it said I should have used cuoche. Have we even learned that word?