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In Italian, just like in English, prepositions are small words such as “on,” “in,” “of,” etc. When my students ask me how to use prepositions, I tell them to think about the context: time, place or something else?
The word proprio is the equivalent of the English own (my own, your own, his own, her own, our own, their own). As a possessive adjective, proprio accompanies a noun to express relationships of ownership. Just like other..
Possessive adjectives precede a noun to express relationships of ownership and belonging. They are words like “my,” “your,” “his,” etc. and in Italian they look like il mio, il tuo, il suo, etc. Differently from English,..
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