i padri e madre italiani (Italian fathers and mothers) If the names are all male or female, the adjectives maintain this sex and are rejected according to the plural form. English speakers are not used to reject adjectives or articles. “BUT WAIT!” You could say. What about adjectives that end in -e? An adjective is a word that describes a name; A good boy, for example. In Italian, an adjective in sex and number corresponds to the nominus it changes. In Italian, there are two groups of adjectives: those that end with -o and those that end with -e. Now, the agreement does not mean that all endings must be the same. Uli tedesco. Uli is German. Adriana italiana. (Adriana is Italian.) Roberto e Daniele sono americani. Robert and Daniel are American.
Svetlana e Natalia Russian sono. Svetlana and Natalia are Russian. Yes, yes. This is what happens when they don`t match your verbs, adjectives and objects. They don`t always go together, because some names and adjectives are irregular or immutable, meaning they are different from the norm, or they never change. Whenever one of your verbs, adjectives or objects does not match, which means that they have no matching ends for the singular, plural, masculine and feminine – THEY`RE AT. When an adjective ends in -io, the o is dropped to form the plural. When an adjective ends in an -e like this, it remains the same for both males and females in the singular.
In Italian, adjectives change shape to match the sex and number of nostun to which they refer. If the names have different sexes, the adjective is rejected according to the male multiural form: if you are a female and you want to describe yourself with an adjective, you must make sure that every adjective you use is changed into feminine and singularity. If an adjective refers to two or more names, the agreement depends on whether or not the names have the same sex. 1.) The ragazze – The single version is “the ragazza”. If you do it in the plural, the article “la, the” must also be approved. 2.) The hanno ragazze – “Hanno” is indicative of the present for the verb “avere – to have.” If you mean that the Girls “plural” has something, you have to combine the verb to reflect that the subjects are more than one, which means you have. 3.) be fiocchi – you say here that there are three arches. Since there are three, it must be plural. The singular for the word “arc” is “it fiocco.” 4.) fiocchi verdi – The adjective that describes what the arches are as “green” must also correspond in number and sex. Meaning – Green must be changed to masculinity and plurality. An adjective that changes two different gender names is a man. Most Italian adjectives end in -o and follow the usual declination of nouns.
However, many adjectives have different extremities and do not follow the general rule. However, if it changes in the plural, the extension is replaced by an -i. You know how, if you`re in conflict with someone and you can`t accept it, a person could just leave the conversation together? . Adverb or adjective? How to use words them like Molto and Troppo, can… In English, we can say: “Girls have three green bows.” he ragazzo inglese (the English boy)la ragazza inglese (the English girl)i ragazzi inglesi (English boys) ragazze inglesi (English girls) HOW to USE Molto, Troppoo, Poco, Tutto, Ogni, quale Adjektive In the plural, the i-change. I am an Italian teacher for speakers of other languages with a long experience in teaching in public and private schools. I have taught Italian for other languages in schools, migration contexts and vocational training at all levels (from A1 to C2). I have gained experience as a teacher with Arabic-speaking, Slavophone, German-speaking, Spanish-speaking, Sinophone, Portuguese and English-speaking students, and I teach literacy courses for asylum seekers and refugees.