"The girl eats bread."
Translation:La ragazza mangia il pane.
this is kinda off topic but how do you know what manga/mangio/ etc to use I get so confused same with bevi/beve/bevono etc.
The full list of mangiare Conjugation is here below.
You should click the SHOW after the "Conjugation of mangiare".
And the bere's is here.
However, in short, I found this.
For I (Io), the ending is -o.
For singular you (tu), the ending is -i
For he/she (lui/lei), the ending is -e
(I Guess) For we (noi), the ending is -mo
(I Guess) For plural you (voi), the ending is -te
(I Guess) For they (essi/esse), the ending is -no.
This summary (o-i-e-mo-te-no) is not precise, but it helps me to remember or at least to pick from several candidates.
Not off topic at all. I think most real beginners, like me, would be struggling with that.
well in the place were you click the word for asking answers it appears il so my comment is that they need to put like an answer what they put like commet
Why doesn't it say the bread in the English portion but translated it says the (il) bread in Italian
My suggestion is, 'La ragazza mangia del pane', because there is no 'the' before bread in the sentence.
In Italian you can say "La ragazza mangia pane" "La ragazza mangia il pane" "La ragazza mangia del pane" They all work.
"La ragazza mangia del pane" would mean "The girl is eating some bread"
Okay, but then how do you talk about a specific thing in Italian ? Wouldn't it be "la ragazza mangia il pane" to indicate that it's a bread we talked about before ?
Not necessarily. "Il pane" can be general or specific (that particular bread). However, if you really want to be specific, you should say "la ragazza mangia QUEL pane" (the girl eats THAT specific bread).
Se puede fame que tiene el mismo significado que mangia de lo que tengo entendido
What you should remember is that bevi and bevo both mean drink And beve means i drink,im trying to explain,but, it's hard