why do i need to include the "i" when im saying "i read books" but not when im saying "they read books"
Depends on if you are talking in english, en english you have always say the subject, but in italian it isn't necessary, you can say a sentence without the subject
Btw, balber123's sentence is absolutely fine (at least grammatically), just with a different emphasis - we emphasise the word too here.
Only when you are talking about one person. For example "Io leggono i libri" ( I read books) you don't need to use "i" when talking about multiple people. For example, "Le donne leggono libri" (The women read books)
When is "gg" pronounced like a "j" and when is it pronounced like "guh" ? Is it only in this specific verb tense?
G is pronounce like J:gg is pronounced guh. G in gli is barely pronounced at all
I forgot about legge that is pronounced like almost like dg like in the work ledge
How do I know when the "gg" is pronounced as a hard G or as a "jj" like in leggono and legge