How do you use molto in Italian?

M: Molto can mean “very”, as in “molto bello” (very beautiful). But it can also mean “a lot” as in “molto cibo” (lots of food). K: cibo is a masculine singular, so we say “molto”. K: Banane is a feminine plural, so we way “molte”.

Does Molto go before or after the verb?

ADVERB Whenever the meaning is a lot or very, then you always use molto and you don’t worry about the quantity and gender of the adjective or verb following it. It is placed after a verb (mangiare, dormire, etc.), or before an adjective (felice, golosa, etc.): Lia mangia molto (Lia eats a lot)

Where does Molto go in a sentence?

In layman’s terms, molto agrees when it comes before a noun. It doesn’t agree before an adjective or adverb or after a verb. Before a noun it means many, much or a lot of, and is an adjective, so it agrees.

Can Molto be feminine?

One of the first words that will enter your survival vocabulary in Italy is molto (plural: molti | feminine: molta | plural feminine: molte).

Does Molto change?

If we are using the word ‘molto’ as an adverb then it doesn’t change. Here are some examples: La ragazza e` molto bella.

How do you use Molto Bene?

“Molto bene” means “very good”. However, you can’t use it for everything. “Molto bene” is used in cases such as: “How are you? (“Come stai? )

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Is it Molto Bella or Molta Bella?

correct version is “molto bella”.

English translation: molto bella.

Italian term or phrase: molta bella
English translation: molto bella

What are possessive adjectives in Italian?

Possessive Adjectives in Italian. Italian possessive adjectives agree in gender (masculine/feminine) and in number (singular/plural) with the noun they refer to. The Italian possessive adjectives are preceded by definite articles and agree in gender with the noun possessed, not with the possessor.

Which is an adjective or adverb?

Here’s a quick reminder: An adjective describes a noun or pronoun: “That boy is so loud!” An adverb describes a verb or anything apart from a noun and pronoun: “That boy speaks so loudly!” Adverbs are used to answer how questions e.g. “How does he talk? – He talks loudly.”

Does Molto change gender?

M: Molto can mean “very”, as in “molto bello” (very beautiful). But it can also mean “a lot” as in “molto cibo” (lots of food). K: cibo is a masculine singular, so we say “molto”. K: Banane is a feminine plural, so we way “molte”.

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