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Ciao! Capitolo 1.1

1.1 Punti grammatical: Essere, C''e, ci sono e Ecco!

QuestionAnswer
To Be Essere
I am io sono
You are (familiar) tu sei
he is lui 'e
she is lei 'e
you are (formal) Lei 'e
we are noi siamo
you are (plural, familiar) voi siete
they are loro sono
you are(plural, formal) Loro sono
The negative of a verb is formed by...? ...placing "non" before the verbie: non siamo = we are not
How is the interrogative of a verb formed...? ... by1. placing the subject at the end of the sentence, or2. leaving the subject at the beginning of the sentence. In both cases, there is a change in intonation, and the pitch rises at the last word:'E studentessa Gabriella?Gabriella 'e studentessa?Is
Subject PronounsI, you, he, she you (form)we, you (fam,pl), they, you (form,pl) pronomi soggetto
I io
you (familiar, sing.) tu
he lui
she lei
you(formal, sing.) Lei
we noi
you (familiar, pl) voi
they loro
you(formal, pl) Loro
There is & There are are used to indicate the existence of... ...someone or something (in sight or not)
There is C''e
There are ci sono
There is no non c''e
There are not non ci sono
an invariable used to point out someone or something in sight...Look!Here is...!There is...!There are...! Ecco
Created by: acarolineh