can you make this sentence plural in Italian?
il nostro professore e bravo.
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
Well, apparently he's not, since you don't know how to make the plural... :D I'm joking ofc.
(singular) Il nostro professore è bravo. > (plural) I nostri professori sono bravi.
[When you form the plural in Italian, the vowel endings change to indicate the change in number, and the change is also due to the gender (in this case masculine).]