Does "Grande" have a masculine form? French and Spanish don't.
Singular for both masculine and feminine is "grande", plural is always "grandi".
feminine form: Grande
and masculine form: Grand
I have seen grande translated as old on duplingo before. How would you know if you are saying a shirt is big or old? Is there a more common word for old?
Grande means "old" only when referring to people. You know, "big people" are grownups. In this context, it just means "big". Of coure there's a more common word for "old": vecchio.
So is 'grande' used in conversation to mean a grown up, like we would describe ourselves to a child, or an old person? Would I be offending someone by calling them 'grande'?
speaker says "grand", but not "grande"