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Vocabulary Lists Most Useful Pronouns

Most Useful Pronouns

I Pronomi Piรน Utili
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you
tu, te (pron)
you
it
esso (pron)
it
Esso รจ molto grande, ma non รจ pesante.
It's very big, but it's not heavy.
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I
io (pron)
I
me
mi (pron)
me
they
loro (pron)
they
yours
tuo (pron)
yours
theirs
loro (pron)
theirs
us
noi (pron)
us
ours
nostro (pron)
ours
she
lei (pron)
she
mine
mio (pron)
mine
hers
sua (pron)
hers
his
il suo (pron)
his
my
Il mio (pron)
my
him
lui (pron)
him
her
sua (pron)
her
we
noi (pron)
we
he
egli (n)
he
her
sua (pron)
her
yours
vostri (pron)
yours
your
vostro (pron)
your
its
suo (pron)
its
them
loro (pron)
them
you
voi (pron)
you
their
il loro (pron)
their
your
tuo (pron)
your
you
ti (pron)
you
our
nostro (pron)
our
you
vi (pron)
you
its
suo (pron)
its
it
lo (pron)
it
his
suo (pron)
his
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ItalianPod101.com
Monday at 11:22 am
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Hi Graham Fleet,


Thank you for the feedback.

You are right, "esso" and "egli" are not common in colloquial Italian.

We explain it here: Personal Pronouns


Grazie,

Ofelia

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ItalianPod101.com
Sunday at 10:17 pm
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Hi Steve,


Thank you for posting!


In case of any questions, please feel free to contact us.๐Ÿ‘


Sincerely,

Cristiane

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SteveF
Sunday at 7:22 pm
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Graze milli per dei nuovi pronomi

Graham Fleet
Sunday at 3:29 am
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I am surprised that you have included the words esso and egli, or at least have not explained that they are not in common spoken usage. Is that not more likely to confuse people, it did me.

ItalianPod101.com
Thursday at 1:00 am
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Hi Alex,


let us know if you have any questions!


Cheers,

Valentina

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Alex
Friday at 12:38 am
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Grazie mille per verbo