I am not a teacher.
Sorry for disturbing again!!!
My doubts in English do not seem to disappear, but they grow everyday..Should I use the possessive case with animals or places? Would it be correct to use the construction ..of the (eg. The run of horses, the monuments of Florence)?.
"Every day" is two words there. And you are not disturbing anybody.
"Of the" works for everything. We can even usually form true possessives for political divisions and animals, among other things. "Florence's Duomo can be seen from all over the valley." "The dog's breath stank."
Just one more question : Can you say a Milan football match, a Roma football match?
I wouldn't. I can't say why not, though. It's "Rome" in English, by the way.
Many thanks! Is there any possibility to help English-speaking people with their Italian, as you do with our English?
Yes. How do you say, "Time of death, midnight", like a doctor in an emergency room in a TV show?
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