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Thursday at 09:43 AM
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Hi Brian,

Thank you for the question!

They are both possible!

"solo" is an adverb, while "sola" (which makes agree with "andata" feminine gender) is an adjective.

I hope this helps!



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Wednesday at 04:23 AM
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Ciao! Great lesson as always... one minor point though... is "one-way" solo andata or sola andata? In the audio, it sounds like "solo", but in the review activities, "sola" is used. Which is correct, or can they be used interchangeably? Grazie!