"I am a girl."
Translation:Io sono una ragazza.
It's optional. Mainly, like all subject pronouns (io, tu, lui, lei, noi, voi, loro), it's used for emphasis. Io ho questo libro, ma tu hai quello libro. I have this book, but you have that book. In this case, I might be emphasizing the different ownership. It could also be used if the sentence would be ambiguous without it in context. Ha, for example could mean she has, he has, or it has. If I'm talking about Cecilia and Enrico and I want to make it clear that it is Cecilia, not Enrico who has a book, I would say lei (she) ha un libro to dispel ambiguity. Normally, just leave the pronouns out. They're unnecessary, though correct.
you probably put 'lo' instead of 'io' they are capitalizing the 'I' so it looks like a lower case l... That is what happened to me at least
"UN" is male gender, and "UNA" is female gender. For example: Un ragazzo = A boy. Una ragazza = A girl.
"Io sono" means, "I am". But, one often drops the "Io" and says just "Sono", which still means "I am".
Sono means Am as I am. Io sono. But also ARE. third person plural essi sono , they are.
Im putting in the roght answer as it shows after correct and it still wont accept it
How can i move on when not accepting my correct answer? Dont want to loose my progress.
oh I get it. I was correct I just did not slect all the correct answers... oops
"Io" means "I", and "sono" means "am". ( I am ). "Sono" is a conjugation of the verb "Essere" (To be), and used with both "io" and "loro". (Io sono = I am, and loro sono = they are).
My answer is exactly the same as the answer below but its saying incorrect
My entry on this sentance has been wrong for days, i cannot continue. Its putting me behind!
Im putting in exactly the right translation and jts telling me im wrong
I put that same sentance twic and it counted it wrong. How? I dont understand.
Thanks for the denomination CASSO1 i really needed tha information because I could not understand. WAIT! what does denomination mean?
I am writing the correct sentence but it keeps saying I am wrong!! Is is full stops that are required?
What is the difference between un and una? Is it a female vs male thing like French?
Im getting the correct spelling but it is saying im not . It is showing me the same spelling.
Lo sono una ragazza is my answer for I am a girl yet it advises me that I am wrong. This has been happening in the last 3 sessions which means I am unable to proceed. Very frustrating
if io is optional then usingi it inth answer is not entirely incorrent...si?
Both mean A and An, the difference is whether the object they refer to is a masculine or feminine word. Eg. Una mela = an apple, una donna = a woman.
Lo hasn't been taught yet in this lesson, so I didn't choose it as a right answer. Needs to be corrected.