25. Our Little Friends NE & CI (5 Minutes A Day)

LearnItalianPod Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod.com – Several VIP Members (thank you Luis, Sandra, and Carmen) have requested that we dedicate a lesson to the hugely common Italian little words “NE” and “CI”. Just listen to two native Italians speaking and good chances are you will hear the two little words “NE” and “CI” repeated several times. – “NE” and “CI” are called “idiomatic” words because, even if they act as pronouns, they are particular to the Italian language and cannot be translated literally – and yes, they are a “must-know”!

So, let’s learn, once and for all, everything we need to know about these two super important words and let’s practice a lot of very useful Italian words, sentences, and grammar rules that are sure to make your Italian better. Enjoy!

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5 Minutes A Day – Episode #25

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3 thoughts on “25. Our Little Friends NE & CI (5 Minutes A Day)”

  1.  One of the most useful lessons ever, Jane and Maximo, grazie mille! This finally clears up a lot of fog. All those ne and ci… adesso ci vedo bene!

  2. Lucy, “fare arrabbiare” means “to anger (someone)”. So, the verb “arrabbiarsi” is “to get angry”, the adjective “arrabbiato” is “angry”, and the expression “fare arrabbiare” is “to anger”.

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