A depressed Italian might threaten to ‘suicide herself’ (suicidarsi), which sounds rather absurd in English…
Today’s free Italian lesson is on reflexive verbs – the ones ending in ‘si’ – which are much more commonly used in Italian than in English.
The example above, with ‘suicide yourself’, is from the lesson. Click here to see the explanation, an audio recording, and two exercises.
Or find it on our Italian Lessons homepage, along with previous lessons in the series.
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