CI and NE are two common Italian particles. Versatile, very important and sometimes confusing
Italians love to use pronouns, sometimes combined together, sometimes merged with verbs. It’s convenient for us, as the Italian language is greatly simplified by the use of pronouns.
For students, however, it can be rather confusing. “Ci and “Ne” are usually studied together as examples of flexible, useful “pronominal particles”, particelle pronominali and particelle avverbiali. We’ll call them pronouns and adverbs to make it simple.
This is a very basic post introducing CI and NE and their use in spoken Italian.
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CI and NE – two particular Italian words
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