Italian Language Students have a nightmare, and this nightmare has a name: pronomi. We have already seen how misusing them can generate, in the worst case scenario, embarassing puns, but italian pronouns are also one of the main constituent of an italian sentence, being used quite often by natives even in marked constructions (such as l’hai preso il pane? in which the pronoun lo stands for pane). Now, you can learn all this and more by joining of our Italian Language Courses, but why not getting an early start?
So here’s an infographic about italian pronomi and their use and position. Enjoy!