The pronunciation of this is way off. It sounds like there is an "m" sound between "Lei" and "ha"
it seems as if she pronounces Lei ma un libro
I'm listening it with headphones and I don't hear any "m".
Heard that too. Did somebody report it?
Yeah i did
It sounds like she say "Lei mia un libro"...
I got my Italian girlfriend to listen to this and she agreed it sounded like "lei mi ha un libro", which is what I thought it said. And doesn't make any sense.
agreed the audio is no good on this one
Sometimes when she says it slowly it sounds as if she is in pain. >D I'm so silly!
Okay heres the thing. When my mouse hovers over Lei, it says "Does She Have" and when i write it in it says im wrong
I said she has a book but it just does not work it is right
What are the different forms for 'has' ?
I have = Il ho
You have = ?
She has = Lei ha
We have =?
You all have =?
They have =?
Someone please help fill in :)
Avete = to have: io ho, tu hai, lui/lei ha, noi abbiamo, voi avete, loro hanno
I understood "leiamo", not sure if that even exists...
How do you speak "ha"?
the 'h' is silent, source: i live in italy
why can't is be she does have a book?
What is differnce between le and lei
Le means "the" (feminine, plural) and lei means "she"
The prouncation can be difficult to understand, even slowly
I never get the chance to speak. Flashes that doesnt sound right as soon as i fap
I tried to translate it "she owns a book", just to see if DL would accept it. It didn't, but why?
It should accept it.
I thought soo hard but it was so easy