Duolingo Itallian: Food 1.3

15 Jan

More food, more meals and definitely more beer and bottles to drink it from. This food unit is really quite long, but not many words in each lesson. The main purpose of these lessons I think is to really get use to the sentence construction.

Food

Manzo: beef (masculine)

Burro: butter (masculine)

Torta: cake (feminine). Another work we see in English, but normally with the French spelling torte

Drinks

Birra: beer (feminine): very important! In fact a large chunk of this lesson seems to be knowing who drinks beer. Lei beve birra, Gli uomini bevono birra, Bevo birra….

Crockery

Ciotola: bowl (feminine)

Bottiglia: bottle (feminine): sure, not crockery in the traditional sense, but where else would you put it?

Meals

Colazione: Breakfast (feminine, might also be a plural)

Summary

Nouns

The breakfast (feminine)

Article noun plural English
La colarzione Singular The chocolate
le colazioni Plural The chocolates

The ciotola (feminine)

Article noun plural English
La ciotola Singular The bowl
Le ciotole Plural The bowls

The bottiglia (feminine)

Article noun plural English
La bottigilia Singular The biscuit
Le bottiglie Plural The biscuits

The butter (masculine)

Article noun plural English
Il burro Singular The butter
I burri Plural The butters

The beer (feminine)

Article noun plural English
La birra Singular The beer
Le birre Plural The beers

The cake (feminine)

Article noun plural English
La torta Singular The cake
Le torte Plural The cakes

The beef (masculine)

Article noun plural English
Il manzo Singular The beef
I manzi Plural The beefs
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