I can usually work out why, but not this time. So can you let me know why the correct answer refers to “you” and “your shop” and not “he/she” and “his/her shop”. Mille grazie!
Yeah, there are a few sentences of this type that I’ve been wondering about also.
Ciao gizzard. I’ve looked on Google who give “Il suo ombrello, signore!” (Your umbrella, Sir!) as an example of formality so perhaps the whole sentence is Formal. And I think the “ha aperto” refers to the shop itself and not the person opening. The sentence construction threw me a bit:-)
Here is another one.
E lei, come sta? And you, how are you? I have problems with these.
It’s a formal phrase.
And you, how are you? (Formal)
And she, how is she?