Italian Pronoun Usage Made Easy: Tonici Pronouns Explained

If you’re learning Italian, you may have come across the terms tonici and atoni when studying pronouns. While they may seem confusing at first, understanding the difference between the two can greatly improve your Italian grammar skills. In this post, … Continued

What is the difference between CHI and CHE in Italian?

If you’re just beginning to learn Italian, you might get CHI mixed up with CHE. CHE and CHI are two common Italian terms that have different meanings and are used in different contexts. These two pronouns are similar in spelling … Continued

Common Mistakes with Italian Subject Pronouns

The personal pronouns used as the subject of a sentence are less frequently used in Italian than in English and other languages. In fact, in Italian, the subject pronoun is generally omitted, since the subject is also expressed through the … Continued

Learn Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns in Italian

Do you make mistakes with possessive adjectives and pronouns? Are you uncertain about whether you need an article or not when using possessives with some words? In this post, you’ll find a simple approach to Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns in … Continued

How to use Indefinite Adjectives and Indefinite Pronouns in Italian

You need Indefinite adjectives and pronouns to indicate an element of uncertainty to describe the quantity or quality of a noun.

Some are just adjectives or pronouns others are both.

Everything about “NE” in Italian and HOW to use it

This little word may seem simple, but its usage and versatility can be quite nuanced. “Ne” serves multiple purposes and can be used in various contexts. Do you ever feel confused when using Italian words like NE and CI particularly when … Continued

How to use Italian formal LEI or informal TU

The idea that there are two ways to address people is an important aspect of Italian culture. Learn more about How to use Italian formal LEI or informal TU. As you are probably aware, many foreign languages have both formal … Continued