"It is an apple."

Translation:È una mela.

December 27, 2012

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Where did esso come from?


I hovered over 'It' and the first option was 'Io', but then I typed 'Io' in and it was wrong.


io Lo mangio= I eat it. Here is translate it as Lo.

I have changed upper and lower case, so you can diferenciate i and L

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    Why esso no ecco?


    Where did you get esso from


    What does esso mean?


    how do you know "mela" is feminine?


    Every noun will either be masculine or feminine, in general you just have to learn it i.e. una mela (one/a apple) la mela (the apple) where una and la are what states it is feminine, or un ragazzo (one/a boy) il ragazzo (the boy) where un and il are what states it is masculine.

    HOWEVER, as I have just realised, most words that are feminine end in a A and most words that are masculine end in an O. Plurals tend to end in an I or E.


    I'm assuming that it is (which to my knowledge would be e e) is shortened to a singular e as we do for its

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