The Italian verbi pronominali are fun and interesting idioms. Learn the most used ones.
When some Italian verbs merge with certain pronouns, we get “pronominal verbs”, a difficult definition to express a simple concept. These verbs are related to the original meaning, but the pronouns make them slightly different, more conversational, somehow similar to the English phrasal verbs.
All the following examples are introduced with the infinitive + pronoun merged together and are followed by a few examples, only in Italian. Please try to understand them. If you are not familiar with Italian pronouns or reflexive verbs, you may want to check them out. Let me know if you have questions using the comments or send me an e-mail. Siete pronti?
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