I agree. Sometimes i leave theesson bcause i cant get past the answer that is supposed to be incorrect but is the same as the correct answer
How do you differentiate between un and una? I assume it's masculine and feminine? And how do you know when you should refer to something as "un" or "una". For example, "an apple" is "una mela" and "a book" is "un libro".
Italian nouns have gender. If the noun is feminine, use una (like mela) but if masculine use un (like libro).
To a native Spanish speaker, "Scrivo" looks and sounds like "escribo" and "escrevo" (Portuguese).
I think the sentences should be more complex, a challenge, at the moment it's quite simple.
So go to the tougher lessons, you have to learn words before you can learn sentences.
it should be either 'i wrote a book' or ' i write books'
not 'i write a book'
what if i just want to say that i'm writing a book? don't think italian has a present continuous tense, so 'i write a book' sounds legit to me, even though it makes one cringe when translated to english word for word.
Haha what is that about? This app is supposed to teach you to learn to speak in different ways, not to poo!
I've written the correct answer several times, it won't let me go to the next question
Io scrivo un libro = I write a book. It keeps saying I'm wrong. I tried it with a period at the end and everything.
Io scrivo un libro is exactly i write a book. Which is what i typed exactly and it says i got it wrong
Why isn't there a button that says "I can't talk right now" For kids who are in school during study hall or something?
does any one still learning Italian in this site. i think it is such a useful site
'scrivo' is first person, present tense conjugate of the verb scrivere. So, 'write' not "wrote' I think.