The main Italian prepositions – con, su, per, tra, fra

Italian prepositions - con, su, per, tra, fra

In a previous article I talked about the main Italian prepositions di, a, da, in. Today, you’ll learn the other ones: con, su, per, tra, fra. Prepositions are invariable words which can precede nouns, pronouns or infinitives. Let’s see some of the uses of the main Italian prepositions con, su, per, tra, fra. CON Generally means with and can indicate: • A relation of some kind Example: Anna sta cenando con suo fratello -> Anna is having dinner with her brother; • A quality or characteristic Example: Guarda che bello quel cucciolo con il fiocco rosso -> Look how lovely is the puppy…

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The main Italian prepositions – di, a, da, in

Main Italian prepositions - di, a, da, in

Prepositions are one of the nightmares of language learners. The reason is that even if there are usually some rules to explain their usage, in many cases these rules do not apply. And language learners are obliged to learn prepositions in context, by heart. Italian prepositions are no exception. So, today, I’m going to explain some of the main Italian prepositions and how to use them. Prepositions are invariable words which can precede nouns, pronouns or infinitives. The main Italian prepositions are di, a, da, in, con, su, per, tra/fra. Let’s see some of the uses of di, a, da,…

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