Is "It is a female baby" possible?
Or "She is a baby girl."
I just went with "She is a baby," so I don't know haw far it'll let you stray.
You could try it next time and see.
I agree" she is a baby girl" bambina and bambino boy
It accepted "baby girl"
That's not very colloquial or natural. Besides it used bambina which implies the baby in question is a girl.
Thanks. OK, "a female baby" for "una bambina" is just possible but not usual or too formal. I am happy with the "a baby girl".
I went with "It's a baby girl" and that was fine
So was 'it's a little girl'
Am I not right in thinking that "bambino/a" is not really a baby but an infant or a child. To specify a baby I would have used "neonato/a".
I went as basic as saying: "it's a girl" and they accepted that. (I think a Duo Creator was a new parent at the time they made this sentence :) )
How about: "il "bebè"?
Why is " bambina" used here but DL insists on " Il bambino" for "The baby"?
Why is it "È una bambina"? Shouldn't it be "Lei è una bambina"
Lei is redundant. We already know it's a girl by thr word bambina. Bambino is a boy.
My answeris correct