What are 'mono' and 'vita' when translated from Italian to English?
"Single" and "life" are English equivalents of the Italian words mono and vita. The first-mentioned prefix also may be rendered into English as "consisting of one part" whereas the second-mentioned word functions as a feminine singular noun. The respective pronunciation will be "MO-no" for the prefix and "VEE-ta" for the noun in Italian.
"Life is good" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase La vita Ã¨ buona. Specifically, the feminine definite arrticle la means "the." The feminine noun vita means "life." The feminine verb Ã¨ means "(He/she/it) is, (formal singular you) are." The feminine adjective buona means "good." The pronunciation is "lah VEE-tah eh Bwoh-nah."