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Robert-M210

Robert-M210

Ciao! I'm new to rocket, but finding it really helpful. In the basic introduction dialogue it uses "Tu di dove sei" for where are you from. Why the need for the Tu at the begining? Doesn't di dove sei say the same thing? Grazie Roberto
Maria-DiLorenzi

Maria-DiLorenzi

Ciao Roberto ! Benvenuto nel forum di Rocket Italian . "Tu" is the subject of the sentence and sometimes it can be omitted. In this case you could do it and it wouldn't be wrong. I do recommend to use it as it helps to address the question. In English it will be as "You (to catch the attention), where are you from?" I hope this helps and you are enjoying the course. A presto! Ciao
Robert-M210

Robert-M210

Ciao Maria, Ah! Ho capito adesso. Grazie mille! I am enjoying the course. It's great. A presto! Buona notte

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