13 Answered Questions for the topic sentences
Venire a prenderti vs. "venirti a prendere"?
L'altro giorno, parlando con la mia ragazza, mi sono imbattuto in una frase che sembra pronunciabile in due diversi modi (probabilmente uno dei due è errato a livello formale): - Vorrei venire a... more
Does the verb "scendere" need "avere" or "essere"?
I read a book (*Io non ho paura*, Niccolò Ammaniti) and I read a strange thing:> Gli occhi mi sono riempiti di lacrime, ho aperto la porta e ho sceso le scale.Why? Shouldn't it be "Sono... more
If the subject of a sentence is normally left implicit, what does adding it to a sentence mean?
In Italian, the subject of a sentence is normally implicit.> Ho incontrato Luigi e mi ha detto di salutarti.> Siamo andati a Roma per il weekend.> Sono andate via senza dire niente; non so... more
Additional meanings of 'se'?
The sentence "*Scusa se non mi sono fatta più sentire*" means, as I understand it: "*Sorry if I didn't get in touch with you anymore*". Or is there a better translation? Anyway, what seems strange... more
What is the meaning of "sappiatemi" in the sentence "Ora leggete e sappiatemi poi dire se la cosa vi sembri possibile"?
The author Piero Bargellini wrote in 1943 the article: "Chi è Pinocchio?"In the last line he wrote:> Ora leggete e **sappiatemi** poi dire se la cosa vi sembri possibile.I know that... more
indicate the part of sentence in this question........
indicate the part of sentence in this question........she gave Mary some oranges.
There is a sales tax of $5 on an item that costs $51 before tax. A second item costs $173.40 before tax. What is the sales tax on the second item?
I don't know how to solve this sentence problem... I need help with this problem
Is this sentence written correctly?
I'm writing an essay and having issues. My writing tends to sound awkward. This was my first draft of the sentence: "His father worries Henry has a death wish and asks the narrator, who seems to... more
Could someone assist me in revising this sentence?
English is not my forte. I was told this sentence sounds awkward: "His father worries Henry has a death wish and asks the narrator, who seems to be his son’s old friend, for advice, but Henry... more
Which sentence uses punctuation correctly?
A.You can mow the lawn and Lisa can rake. B.You can mow the lawn, Lisa can rake. C.You can mow the lawn, and Lisa can rake. D.You can mow the lawn Lisa can rake.
The ancient Olympic Games were held in honor of zeus. fix the sentence with a Cap of one of the words that is not cap
gum it is with caps it is with a sentence and that is all