I went further. Thought it was something like "Her handwriting is nice"... So "Elle écrit est joli"...
Yes, but I didn't make the mistake because I remembered that the lesson was about "verbs" :)
google translate says lis is "lily" whats the deal here, i assume there is a reason one way or the other?
because google translate does not take tenses and conjugation into play when it translates things. (je lis, tu lit, il/elle lit, ect. are all tenses or to read.. like I read, you read, he/she reads)
Lis is a verbal form of "Lire". The flower is a noun. Context helps.
Is the same reason why "Leo" in Spanish can mean either "I read" or the Zodiac sign.
Seriously, where can I learn how to conjugate the verbs in french? I'm finding that a harder job than understanding whole concept of the language at all.