Learning Italian, Phrase by Simple Phrase
October 15, 2017
Hanno altre domande
hanno = they have, 3rd person plural present tense of avere, "to have"
altre = other, modifying a feminine plural noun here
domande = questions. The singular is domanda, "question"
They have other questions. And that is about it! It was far more "questions" than I expected at the beginning of this project, but drilling descriptors and their variations seemed apropos for this particular topic. I will definitely be working on more very soon!
This concludes my verb mini project, completing the table of present tense conjugations. This week, it is avere, "to have."
|I have||ho||we have||abbiamo|
|you (s.) have||hai||you (pl.) have||avete|
|s/he/it has||ha||they have||hanno|