01-25-2008, 11:48 AM
[quote=Suki;371732] (couldn't figure out what piaciuto means, sorry)
The verb is "piacere" and past tense is "piaciuto (if the subject is masculine gendar)and piaciuta(if the subject is feminin gendar.)". Mi è piaciuto is "(Japan) is liked by me." if transrate literally.I think in Spanish , you say "me gusta birra" no? This is like this. Present tense is " Mi piace".
For example, Mi piace vino rosso. ( I like red wine.)
hahaha then un bambino means baby, un ragazzo is a boy. But if you find some safe male friend, other italian boys won't to try to talk to you.
I' m sorry I did'nt explain well... there is another verb to make "～doing" sentence. Is "stare".
stare + other verb changed form. Like bere(=drink) = bevendo, mangiare(=eat)=mangiando etc...
present (1st person) sto
(2nd person) stai
(3rd person) sta
(plural 1p) stiamo
(plural 2p) state
(plural 3p) stanno
so I'm drinking beer. is "Sto bevendo una birra". I'm writing a message to Suki." Sto scrivendo un messaggio a Suki" btw what's your name? If I can ask.
[i]Io piace (Mmmh, that must be 2nd person singular) Corona mas (but?) io come (like?) cocktails overall [i]
I like corona,too. The only one beer which I drink. Usually I don't like gas water....and burp!!!
ok. This is your homework!
make 3 sentences using verb "stare".
Last edited by gattaccia : 01-25-2008 at 01:43 PM.