Mi piace VS A me piace – Verb PIACERE with preposition A

When you use the verb “piacere” you need the indirect pronoun before the verb

Example: mi piace

In Italian you can choose between two different indirect pronouns:

they are called ATONI and TONICI

How to use Perché Poiché Perciò Purché in Italian

Perché, poiché, perciò, and purché are all conjunctions commonly used in Italian. While they may seem similar, they each have distinct meanings and uses. Here’s a breakdown of how to use each of these words: PERCHE’ You can use Perché … 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.

How to Form the Passato Prossimo

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How to use the Italian pronominal verb METTERCI

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

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Una Ricetta per il Congiuntivo – A Recipe for the Subjunctive

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