In the lesson it states that tea with milk is Un te' al latte. I feel stupid asking this but why isn't it "con" latte. I thought "con" meant with.

Lucia - Rocket Languages Tutor

Hi William,

You can write both tè al latte and tè con latte. When it comes to food, you can generally use either a or con, but this rule doesn't always apply.

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Hope this helps!


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