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Subject pronouns and the polite form
Subject pronouns represent the person who speaks (first person), the one who is listening (second person), or the person, animal or thing you are speaking about (third person). In Italian, subject pronouns can be omitted because this information is shown in the verb ending. Third person pronouns egli, ella, esso, essa, essi, esse are not generally used. However, the other pronouns play an important role in communication…
Direct object pronouns receives the verb’s action directly. Indirect object pronouns receives the verb’s action indirectly. In italian, the are two types of object pronouns: stressed pronouns and unstressed pronouns…
Nouns refer to people, places, animals, objects and concepts. In Italian, all nouns have a gender (masculine or feminine) and a number (singular or plural)…
Moods and tenses
The mood of a verb tells us how the action is viewed or perceived by the speaker.
The tense of a verb generally indicates when an action occurred.
Prepositions are used before a noun, a pronoun or a verb to indicate various kind of relations…
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In the vocabulary section, you’ll find definitions of words, lists of words, exercises on common words…
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