When you want to ask about a person's hair we can say:
Come hai/avete i capelli? What is your hair like?
Io ho/Io e Monica abbiamo i capelli lunghi e scuri I have/Monica and I have long, dark hair
Eyes can be scuri (castani o neri) dark (brown or black) or chiari (azzurri o verdi) light (blue or green)
Monica e Veronica hanno gli occhi scuri Monica and Veronica have dark eyes
Loro hanno gli occhi chiari They have light-coloured eyes
Finally, let's analyze the second Italian auxiliary verb, the verb avere (to have). We have seen that is used to say how old somebody is, describe the parts of the body and to talk about objects which we own (eg, in the sentence io ho la penna (I have the pen) I am pointing out the fact that the pen is mine, it is my property).
Let's see how the verb is conjugated in the present indicative tense:
In this lesson we also learned some cardinal numbers (from 20 to 70), but we will see them better in the next lessons.
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