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Personal Pronouns: Pronomi personali (oggetto diretto)

Direct object pronouns replace direct objects in a sentence. Verbs that take direct object pronouns are called transitive verbs. Examples of transitive verbs in English are to eat, to find, and to see.

Take the sentence I see Bob for example. In English, we can also say I see him. In this case, him replaces Bob, and him is the direct object pronoun.

Following is a table that details the direct object pronouns in Italian and their English equivalents.

Direct Object Pronouns



Me mi
you (informal) ti
you (formal) La
him, it (masculine) lo
her, it (feminine) la
Us ci
you (plural) vi
them (masculine) li
them (feminine) le

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