Italian Possessive pronouns

Italian Possessive pronouns

Personal Possessive Adjective and Pronouns in Italian This chart covers basic personal possessive adjectives and pronouns  Italian Personal Possessive Adjectives/Pronouns English Italian Singular/Masculine Italian Singular/Feminine Italian Plural/Masculine Italian Plural/Feminine Mine Yours His/Hers Ours Yours Theirs il mio il tuo il suo il nostro il vostro il loro la mia la tua la sua la nostra la vostra la loro i miei i tuoi i suoi i nostri i vostri i loro le mie le tue le sue le nostre le [...]

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Italian Course: Unit 1 Informal A: Giulia, ti presento il mio amico David. B: Piacere di conoscerti! C: Piacere mio! A: Maria, ecco il mio nuovo vicino. B: Piacere, io sono Maria. Tu come ti chiami? C: Mi chiamo David, piacere! Formal A: Buonasera signora Riva, le presento il mio amico. B: Sono Giovanna, molto lieta! C: Piacere, David. A: Scusi, è [...]

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Italian Nouns All Italian nouns are masculine or feminine in gender. With very few exceptions, nouns which end in -o, -ore, a consonant, or a consonant followed by -one, are masculine.  The names of the days of the week (except Sunday), lakes, months, oceans, rivers, seas, [...]

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Italian Nouns All Italian nouns are masculine or feminine in gender. With very few exceptions, nouns which end in -o, -ore, a consonant, or a consonant followed by -one, are masculine.  The names of the days of the week (except Sunday), lakes, months, oceans, rivers, seas, [...]

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Survival Italian (Italiano) Italian is considered one of the easiest languages to learn. Many students have been able to master it in a short period of time! Italian is often described both as the language of art and music and as the [...]

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