LESSON #6 – [GRAMMAR] ADJECTIVES, GENDERS AND NEGATIVE

Let’s learn about the grammatical gender – masculine and feminine.

In Italian, most of the adjeadject (singular) finish with “o”, “a” or “e”.

Remember that usually the adjective finishing with:

O – masculine

A – feminine

E – can be both masculine or feminine.

It means that simply changing only the final letter you can change the gender of the adjective.

Let’s see the nouns from this lesson:

ITALIANO – ITALIANA

AMERICANO – AMERICANA

BELLO – BELLA

BRAVO – BRAVA

BUONO – BUONA

How to create a negative sentence? Simply by adding “non” before the verb.

For example:

(Io) non sono americano.

(Lui) non è bravo.

Let’s notice one of the meanings of “che”, it can be used for exclamations as:

CHE BELLO – How beautiful

CHE BRAVO – How good you are….

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