Good morning and here’s another pronoun fix for all you Italian grammar addicts out there!
Today, ‘i pronomi relativi‘.
What are they?
Your uncle = ‘he’, your cousins = ‘they’, your grandmother = ‘she’, and so on.
Nah… Only joking. Those, of course, are ‘subject pronouns’.
Relative pronouns (in English) are words like ‘who’, ‘which’ & ‘that’ which allow us to refer back to a someone already mentioned.
‘The cardiologist who treated me is a friend of my wife’s’ – that sort of thing.
How does that work in Italian?
It’s not so hard. Find out with today’s ‘grammar listening’ – click here.
Have you listened to the others in our pronouns series? Find them on our B1(intermediate) Italian exercises page.
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