Using the print function on a list

I am new on python, actually a beginner, I am stuck on how to complete a print statement using list. On my list my_list = ['blue', 3, False] how to use the print function in this way:
print(('I have {} pet(s).'.format(???))

No worries, that’s an easy one.

print(“I have {} pet(s).”.format(my_list[1]))

The argument you pass to .format() is the item from the list you would like to place in the brackets.
You could even use the number 3 if you wanted. I.e.

print(“I have {} pet(s).”.format(3))

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Thank you :grinning: