No more confusion with
The pronoun “ci” in Italian can be challenging for learners due to its various functions. This guide clears all the confusion presenting each different function separately.
These are the various functions of “ci” that we’ll discuss:
- Direct and indirect pronouns
- Reflexive pronoun
- Verb esserci
- Adverb of place
- Demonstrative pronoun
- Pronominal verbs
- Common expressions with CI
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