Hello I would just like a clarifications on some prepositions. Is the plural form of "un" "degli" and the plural form of "uno" "dei" or is it the inverse. I remember is a table of prepositions Singular : un uno
June 11, 2014
June 14, 2014
Ciao Gab O, Not quite, "Un" and "Uno" are indefinite articles meaning "a" (A sandwich, un panino). "Degli" and "Dei" mean "of the" and both degli and dei are plural. As for "un" and "uno", they do not have plural forms because they mean "One of something". If you want more than one of something just give a number (Un panino- Due Panino, A Sandwich- Two Sandwiches) Hope this Helps, Buona Fortuna!
June 22, 2014
Ciao Gab, I replied to you in the other post. Please note that Un panino --> A (one) sandwich Due Panini --> Two sandwiches Ciao