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-ERE Present Tense Verb Conjugation Guide from Via Optimae, www.viaoptimae.com. Part of the Beginner's Italian Series!

-ERE Present Tense Verb Conjugation Guide from Via Optimae, www.viaoptimae.com. Part of the Beginner's Italian Series!

Italian to me is the most beautiful language. Not necessarily because of its associations with romance but because it's so logical and structured. All of the grammatical forms follow a simple rule. Pronouns: Io, tu, lui/lei/Lei, noi, voi, loro/Loro Reflexive Pronouns: Mi, ti, gli/le, ci, vi, gli Possessive Pronouns: Il mio/la mia/i, gli miei/ le mie Il tuo/la tua/i, gli tuoi/le tue Il suo/la sua/i, gli suoi/le sue Il nostro/la nostra/i, gli nostri/le nostre Il vostro/la vostra/i, gli…

Italian to me is the most beautiful language. Not necessarily because of its associations with romance but because it's so logical and structured. All of the grammatical forms follow a simple rule. Pronouns: Io, tu, lui/lei/Lei, noi, voi, loro/Loro Reflexive Pronouns: Mi, ti, gli/le, ci, vi, gli Possessive Pronouns: Il mio/la mia/i, gli miei/ le mie Il tuo/la tua/i, gli tuoi/le tue Il suo/la sua/i, gli suoi/le sue Il nostro/la nostra/i, gli nostri/le nostre Il vostro/la vostra/i, gli…