Io, mi e me

Fran-N

Fran-N

Ciao Maria, come va? Io ho un po' confusa tra mi e me? Io so che io = I, mi = to me, ma me = ?? come si usare il pronome "me"? Io ho altra notizie fantastico, noi ritornaremo a Sicilia questo maggio/guigno. Molto eccitata!! non vediamo l'ora! Fran :-)
Maria-DiLorenzi

Maria-DiLorenzi

Ciao Fran, che bello!!! Sono molto contenta per te. La Sicilia e' un'isola bellissima :) The pronoun "me" stands for "to me". As you know depending on context of the sentence, the translation may vary. Do you have a particular sentence do you want me to take a look at ? Congratulations Fran, you have improved a lot ... Keep going practising :) Ciao
monica-w

monica-w

Fran-N

Fran-N

Ciao Maria, grazie :-)
Phillip-V

Phillip-V

Cara Fran, Una altra volta in Italia. Sono geloso! Miei nonni sono della Sicilia, a Messina. Sono felice per te. Ciao Filippo
Alice-G

Alice-G

Io sono anche confusa riguardo indirect object pronouns. Sometimes it's 'ti' (like the dative in Latin) and sometimes it's 'te'. Are 'me' and 'te' only used after preposition eg 'toccata a te', 'felice per te'. If so, how do I look up the whole declension for me, you him/her, us you, them? What is this type of pronoun called in a grammar book or what lesson are they discussed in in Rocket Italian?
Maria-DiLorenzi

Maria-DiLorenzi

Ciao Alice, The indirect object pronouns are a bit tricky. The replace indirect object nouns. SINGULAR mi (to/for) me ti (to/for) you Le (to/for) you (formal m. and f.) gli (to/for) him le (to/for) her PLURAL ci (to/for) us vi (to/for) you Loro (to/for) you (form., m. and f.) loro (to/for) them Please go to lesson 3.10 for further explanation. Ciao

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