Learn Italian, Speak Italian Language Vocabulary – Italian Word of the Day: Coyote(s)/Coyote #coyote

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Below is the correct vocabulary and format from this video in singular and plural forms.

Coyote: Coyote
The coyote: Il coyote
A coyote: Un coyote

Coyotes: Coyote
The coyotes: I coyote

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