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Combining Prepositions With Articles – Part 5. Posted by on Dec 14, 2016

In today’s exercise, we’re going to focus on combining the Italian definite articles il, lo, la, i, gli, and le (the) with the preposition ‘su‘ (on, in, about). We’ll begin by reviewing how we construct these preposizioni articolate (preposition/article combinations). This will be followed by an exercise that requires you to fill in the blanks…

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Combining Prepositions With Articles – Part 4. Posted by on Dec 6, 2016

In today’s exercise, we’re going to focus on combining the Italian definite articles il, lo, la, i, gli, and le (the) with the preposition ‘ in‘ (in, to). We’ll begin by reviewing how we construct these preposizioni articolate (preposition/article combinations). This will be followed by an exercise that requires you to fill in the blanks…

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Combining Prepositions With Articles – Part 3. Posted by on Nov 30, 2016

In today’s exercise, we’re going to focus on combining the Italian definite articles il, lo, la, i, gli, and le (the) with the preposition ‘da‘ (from, to, by, since). We’ll begin by reviewing how we construct these preposizioni articolate (preposition/article combinations). This will be followed by an exercise that requires you to fill in the…

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Combining Prepositions With Articles – Part 2. Posted by on Nov 21, 2016

In today’s exercise, we’re going to focus on combining the Italian definite articles il, lo, la, i, gli, and le (the) with the preposition ‘a‘ (to, at, from, on, with, in the style of). We’ll begin by reviewing how we construct these preposizioni articolate (preposition/article combinations). This will be followed by an exercise that requires…

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Combining Prepositions With Articles – Part 1. Posted by on Nov 14, 2016

In my recent blog Italian Articles Exercise we looked at the correct usage of the Italian definite articles, il, lo, la, i, gli, and le (the). Today we’ll extend that exercise by combining each of these six articles with the preposition ‘di‘ (of). Firstly, let’s begin by examining how we go about creating these preposizioni…

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