I can answer pretty much any question regarding Italian grammar,orthography,semantics...Italian is not my native language,but I have a bachelor degree in Italian language and literature.
I worked as a free-lance translator and interpreter and a private tutor for over 5 years.
I graduated from University of Belgarde,Serbia, in Italian language and literature.I also took a one-year training for translators and court interpretors in Italian and a one-month course of Italian in Florence.
|Nicole||03/05/17||10||10||10||Thank you so much for taking the .....|
|Janet||04/08/14||10||10||10||Many thanks for your answer.|
Hello, Nicole! "Di dove siete?" means "Where are you from?", what country you were born in. "Dove vivete?" is correct and fine to use. It refers more to the city or country you live in. You can
Ciao, Diana! I can't really do the homework for you :), but I will try to explain this to you as simply as I can. I pronomi doppi combine indirect and direct object. I believe you had already
Hello, JS! It's an archaic form, that is also used in legal documents. This -vi-has the same meaning as ci=here, there, so the translation of the sentence would be "The sisters had mirror so they can
Hello,Louise! Sorry for late reply! The article is omitted even with members of extended family,as well as cognato/a (brother/sister-in-law), nuora (daughter-in-law), suocero/a (father/mother-in-law)
Dear Janet! As far as I know,auxiliary verb can be omitted if two or more verbs in the sentence have the same auxiliary verb,like in your 2. example. I've never heard of the last example,though