Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by maddief24, Jul 28, 2007.
Sometimes on forms in English, you'll see No. instead of Number. What do Italians use? N?
N° X instead No X
Sometimes N. X
Is there a plural form in Italian? In English we'd use "Nos.1, 2 and 3".
In Italian there is not a plural form, just n°.
I think I've seen something like "N.ri" but in a very formal and bureaucratic context.
So I can just write "n° 1, 2 e 3"? Thanks to you both
I'd write it like that, but I'm no pen pusher
These days I'm more of a "key" pusher Thanks for the confirmation.
Separate names with a comma.