Bene, bravo, buono, bene
March 26, 2020
April 15, 2020
Thanks for your question!
The main section dedicated to adjectives is 4.6 but unfortunately, it does not include the adjectives you mentioned. Kindly note that "bene" is an adverb".
For a slightly more detailed explanation of "bravo" and "buono" see below:
"bravo" and "buono" sometimes may overlap in terms of meaning but, generally, "bravo" refers to "manners/behaviour/ability" while "buono" refers to quality.
The adjectives "bravo" and "buono" change accordingly with the gender and number (as most adjectives do), for example:
- bravo/buono = used with a singular masculine noun
e.g. Questo succo è buono (this juice is good/tasty)
- brava/buona = used with a singular feminine noun
e.g. La mia pizza è buona (My pizza is good/tasty)
- bravi/buoni = used with a plural masculine nouns
e.g. Questi stivali sono buoni (These boots are good/high quality)
- brave/buone =used with a plural feminine nouns
e.g. Il supermercato ha tante offerte buone (The supermarket has many good offers)
Hope this helps, let me know if you have further questions and I will be very happy to help :)
April 17, 2020
January 14, 2021
Thank you has made things much clearer. Was getting confused with the use of these.