What do the colours in the Italian flag mean? Green for hope, white for faith and red for love! ???? Not just that but also..???? ????
A little more on quale/quali:
1) Quale refers to both masculine and feminine people and things in the singular form:
Quale panino vuoi? Which sandwich do you want?
Quale insegnante hai visto? Which teacher did you see?
2) Quali refers to both masculine and feminine people and things in the plural form:
Quali scarpe preferisci? Which shoes do you prefer?
Quali amici incontri? Which friends do you / will you meet?
3) When quale is followed by è, we have qual è, literally meaning which is..
Qual è il tuo colore preferito? Which is your favourite colour?
Questions are so important! Below you can find a few ways to introduce questions to get you started... Remember! English questions don't always translate literally! In fact "What is your name?" translates as "Come ti chiami?" Can you come up with some more? #learnitalian #speakitalian
To ask "what is the weather like today?" you would say "che tempo fa oggi?" As "il tempo" means "the weather".
Read below to find some common expressions used to speak about the weather!
The green box shows you how to speak about the weather in the future; "sarà" means "it will be" and "ci sarà" means "there will be"!
If in doubt, the third picture on the top row illustrates the word "windy".
So...How would you say "it will be windy?