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OggiInItalia.2.DArti

Oggi In Italia - Lezione 2 - Study Material - L'articolo determinativo

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Rule 1 In Italian, the definite article (the) agrees in number and in gender with the noun it modifies.
il before most consonants. masculine singular.
lo before s + consonant, and z. masculine singular.
l' before vowels. masculine singular.
la before consonants. feminine singular.
l' before vowels. feminine singular.
i before most consonants. masculine plural.
gli before s + consonant, and z. masculine plural.
gli before vowels. masculine plural.
le before all feminine plural nouns. feminine plural.
Rule 2 The definite article is used to talk about specific persons, places or things. In a series, it is used before each noun.
Rule 3 Nouns used in a general sense also take the definite article.
Rule 4 The definite article is generally used with the names of languages, except after parlare.
Rule 5 The definite article is used with the courtesy titles signora, signorina, and signore, and with professional titles such as dottore and professore/professoressa when talking about a person. It is not used when speaking directly to the person.
Created by: jmatt