I believe it is gli miei. It must agree with the word it is attached to, which is uomini
"i" means "the" so it's like saying "the my books" it's like portuguese "os meus livros"
You need to keep an ear out for the lifted "i", you'll soon be able to hear the difference
I assume we're all talking about 'my books' as if I actually own the books. What about if I say 'you are reading his book' when we're talking about some famous author, and I want to state that you are reading that famous author's book, would it be said any differently than 'tu leggi il suo libro'?
miei for a masculine plural noun
you can find some great information about the possessive adjectives here:
One can omit tu; however there are times one would include, for instance to stress that it is you doing the reading.
I have a question... what is the difference between Voi and Tu? My dad thinks it might be formal and informal, but I have no idea.
Tu is You (singular) Voi is Y'all (plural)
I'm from texas and i about near fell out of my chair laughing when i typed "Y'all drink beer" and it was accepted, haha!
I'm from Texas too ... I find "Y'all" a very helpful way to understand the 2nd person plural in other languages!
I'm from the Upper Midwest (Minnesota) and our regional version of you plural, or ya'll, is "you guys" so that's what's always in my head. Kind of doubt it would be accepted as correct though. I'll have to try it.
The audio is worse.The libri is pronounced as libre(even in slow motion) and the i is not even pronounced.What is this DL?
No. You need the article "the"" "i miei libri.". http://www.italianlanguageguide.com/grammar/possessive-adjective.asp
Non é precisamente corretto usare questa frase, è meglio dire:" tu leggi i miei libri"
I tried dozens of time but I've Always miss something when speaking this phrase
Would you still use 'i miei' when saying 'you read my book'? would it be written in itlaian as: "tu leggi i miei libro" or would the 'i miei' change to 'i mio' and therefore being tu leggi i mio libro?
This is a sentence from previous and early lessons. There is nothing to be learned from this example at this stage of the course!
My answer is not correct, cause I didn't put a dot at the end. Are you serious?))