Lesson #044, Thursday These colors must match the number and the gender of the noun which they modify: bianco = white nero = black rosso = red giallo = yellow grigio = gray camicia bianca = white shirt pantaloni bianchi = white pants vestito bianco = white dress scarpe bianche = white shoes These colors must match the number only of the noun which they modify: verde = green marrone = brown celeste = sky blue arancione
These colors must match the number and the gender of the noun which they modify:
bianco = white
nero = black
rosso = red
giallo = yellow
grigio = gray
camicia bianca = white shirt
pantaloni bianchi = white pants
vestito bianco = white dress
scarpe bianche = white shoes
These colors must match the number only of the noun which they modify:
verde = green
marrone = brown
celeste = sky blue
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