A1 - Beginning Italian • politeness • travel Italian
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A direct object is a noun, whether person or thing, that someone or something acts upon or does something to. In both Italian and English, direct objects are often replaced with direct object pronouns: me, ti, lo, la, ci, vi, li, le.
Andare – to go
Andare – to go – is one of the most common irregular Italian verbs. It’s used much like its English equivalent.
Parts of Speech
Parts of speech are the building blocks of everything you say, write, hear, and read. Even if you hate the thought of learning any grammar terms, knowing the difference between these eight basic parts of speech is essential for improving your Italian ability.
How are you? Fine.
Top 11 Verbs
Here are the 11 most common and useful Italian verbs, with example sentences and links to detailed lessons.
The aptly named indefinite article (un, uno, una, dei, degli, delle) indicates an unspecific or unidentified noun.
A1 - Beginning Italian • agreement • gender • indefinition • plurals
Coordinating conjunctions are small words that connect two or more grammatically equivalent words or phrases. The connected words might be adjectives, nouns, adverbs, verbs, or even independent clauses; the important thing is that they’re equal and each one serves the same function in the sentence.