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Is this sentence correct?

This is what I have noted in the Italian class: "le ragazza brave".
But now, when I look at it, it seems somehow wrong...
I think it should be "la ragazza brava", or atleast "le ragazze brave". Please tell me which one is the correct form?


For learning: Italian
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    "Brave ragazze" = plural
    "Brava ragazza"= singular

    la ragazza brava and le ragazze brave = correct
    le ragazza brave = wrong, because ragazzA if for singular (and you use this for woman) and bravE is for plural, so in the same sentence you can't write ragazza and brave togheter :)

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