This is right after a sentene that said, "Le gonne sono gialle."
Someone didn't get the memo on the uniform
'Gonna' really sounds relative to the English 'gown', however in English 'gown' is rather the longer 'dress'. Anyways, interesting to note...
I thought "minigonna" was skirt? Also does color always go last in the sentence?
Colors always or at least usually go after the noun.
Can Gonna Also Be Translated As Gown, Or Is There An Other Word For That?
for a second i thought it said ''La mia 'donna' non è gialla.''
Is not = isn't
the speaker of this sentence, who sounds male, has a skirt. but the skirt is not yellow.
your point being?
Detto da una voce maschile!
Listening several times, I swear the terminal "a" is not pronounced. Mi dispiace