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- Dimmi – Tell me
- Tutte e due – Both
- In che senso? – What do you mean?
Nouns ending in -o are masculine, and nouns ending in -a are feminine
If the noun ends in -o –> -i
Ends in -a –> -e
Ends in -e –> -i
Some nouns never change!
“Mi piace” means “I like” and you can use it when referring to something singular like a verb, to read, or a noun, a boy.
“Mi piacciono” means “I like” and you can use it when referring to something plural pants or apples.
Leave a comment using “Mi piace” or “Mi piacciono”.