Pronomi DIRETTI e INDIRETTI in italiano: la Spiegazione Completa in MENO di 10 MINUTI! ✅


Hello everybody and welcome to LearnAmo! In this lesson we decided to do something has never been done before in human history: we want explain, and get you to understand, the DIRECT and INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS in only 10 minutes! Timer… let’s get it started! First of all, we must say that “pronouns” replace people or things. DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS are: “mi” (me), “ti” (you), “lo” (him), “la” (her), “ci” (us), “vi” (you), “li”, “le” (them). They have the role of direct object, therefore they’re used when the verb is not followed by a preposition. For example: “Anna buys the book”=”Anna buys it”. In this case the pronoun “lo” replaces the direct object “ii libro” (the book) Let’s make another example: “Luca always dream of his cousins” Luca is kinda pervy… anyway, “Luca dreams of them”. The replacement is an easy thing to do, you just need to remember this: “mi”=”me”, “ti”=”te” “lo”, “la”=”lui”, “lei”, “ci”=”noi” “vi”=”voi”, “li”, “le”=”loro”. “Mario dreams of me” “Roberto will see you” “Dario buys the apple”=”Dario buys it”. “Luigi saw me and my brother”=”Luigi saw us” “Marta noticed you and Luca”=”Marta noticed you two” “Miriam sold the houses”=”Miriam sold them”. Italians use DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS very much, in fact, you’ll seldom hear sentences like: “Mario sogna me” or “Luca ha visto noi”. Usually, as you might have noticed, DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS are placed before the verb, but, in five cases, we can find them even after the verb. First case: if there are two verbs united by a preposition. “I’m coming to visit you tomorrow”, “I come to give you bad news”, “I’ll pick her up later”. Second case: if the verb is conjugated in the imperative tense. “Move it”, “Don’t pull it”. Third case: if the verb is conjugated in the gerund tense. “I noticed she was crying, by watching her closely” Or: “It breaks by driving it fast…” Fourth case: if the verb is in the infinitive tense. “if you eat that it can fatten you up!”. Fifth, and last case f we have the adverb: “ecco”. “Here it is”, “here I am”, “there you are” and so on. It’s not that difficult i the end! No! But now, let’s move to the INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS, here they are: mi”, “ti”, “gli”, “le”, “ci”, “vi” “loro”. These pronouns are used when the verb is followed by the preposition A. For example: “Marianna phoned Luca”=”Marianna phoned him”. The replacement is very easy to do, you just need to remember this: “mi”=”a me” (to me), “ti”=”a te” (to you) “gli”, “le”=”a lui”, “a lei” (to him/her), “ci”=”a noi” (to us), “vi”=”a voi” (to you) “loro”=”a loro” (to them). “Paolo writes to me” “Matteo phones you” “Matteo phones you”, “Gianni speaks to his sister”=”Gianni speaks to her” “Rita writes to me and my dog”=”Rita writes to us” “Martino phones you and your hone”=”Martino phones you”, “Enzo replies to his parents”=”Enzo replies to them”. Did you notice something weird about the third person plural? Yeah, this INDIRECT OBJECT pronoun is always used after the verb! But, alternatively, many grammar books consider correct the use of “gli” as third person indirect object. In fact, I admit that this one is very common in everyday language. For example: “Enzo speaks to his parents”=becomes “Enzo speaks to them”. The only problem is that if you use “gli” as third person PLURAL it might create ambiguity with “gli” as third person SINGULAR indirect object pronoun. In fact, in the absence of context, If I say: “Paolo GLI parla”, many people could think I’m referring to a single person, rather than to the parents or, in general, to more people. Is everything clear this far? Besides, remember that INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS are usually placed before the verb except n three cases. First case: with verbs conjugated in the imperative tense. “Don’t tell hm what happened!”, “Bring her the gift!” Second case: with verbs conjugated in the gerund tense. “By writing him a letter you’ll solve the problem! Third case: with verbs conjugated in the infinitive tense. “Talking to you helps me to think”. [This is how your life would like if there wasn’t us… empty, sad, silent. You don’t want your life to be like this, do you? Then subscribe to our channel, thus you’ll never stop watching us! And like this video, it will help us to reach other sad people that don’t know us yet!] Now it’s time for the most difficult part: using the DIRECT and INDIRECT pronouns i the same sentence! For example: “Francesco tells me the news” becomes “Francesco tells me it” Or: “Luca writes a letter to Claudia”. In your opinion, how can this sentence be transformed, by using DIRECT and INDIRECT object pronouns? Ok then: we’ll be giving you the three rules that are necessary to use the direct and indirect pronouns before, together, and then we will see if you’re able to transform this sentence by yourselves. The INDIRECT OBJECT pronoun is always placed before the DIRECT one. The INDIRECT OBJECT pronouns “mi”, “ti”, “ci”, “vi” followed by the DIRECT OBJECT pronouns: “lo”, “la”, “li” “le” become “me”, “te”, “ce”, “ve”. The INDIRECT OBJECT pronouns “gli” and “le” followed by the DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS “lo”, “la”, “li”, “le” are united using an “e”, forming a single word: “glielo”, “gliela”, “glieli”, “gliele”. This applies both men ad women; even “le”, in fact, becomes “gli”. Ok, now you have the three rules you need. How do you transform the sentence we saw before? “Luca writes a letter to Claudia” With this sentence we need to apply the rules number 1 and 3: “Luca writes it to her”. It’s easy, isn’t it? Eh, not so much… let’s make other examples! Ok! “Giulia gives me a gift”. Rules number 1 and 2: “Giulia gives it to me! “Paola buys a computer to his boyfriend” Rules number 1 and 3: “Paola buys it to him”. My parents lent me and my brother a book”. Rules number 1 and 2: “My parents lent it to us”. No there’s only one matter to discuss: what happens with the THIRD PERSON plural pronoun? “Federico gives them his jewels”. Ho do you transform this sentence? In this case it’s the same as before, namely: keeping “loro” after the verb, or, with the risk to meet ambiguity, by using “gli”. So, you can say: “Federico gives them to them” Or: Did we manage to do t in less than 10 minutes? Ye we did it! We really did our best to explain the most difficult topic in Italian grammar, in our opinion. Yeah, but now it’s your turn to do your best an transform the following sentences, in the comment section, by using both the DIRECT and INDIRECT object pronouns. “Marco buys him the shoes”, “Ornella sells the house to them”, “My father gives me his phone”, “My nephew writes a message to her mother”. Let’s see, in the comment section, who can transform these sentences, without making mistakes! Oh and don’t forget to watch our video about the subjunctive! If you’re able to master the DIRECT and INDIRECT object pronouns along with the subjunctive, you’ll speak Italian language better than many Italians! Before you leave, we just have to explain why the past participle relates, in gender and number, even with the verb “avere” (to have) like in the examples we saw at the minute 1:51. The answer is quite simple: when you place a DIRECT object pronoun before a verb conjugated in the resent perfect verb, the past participle of this verb must be related to the number and the genre of the subject, even if you’re using the verb “avere”as auxiliary. It was a good lesson, wasn’t it? Yes, it came out right! No, no… what’s happening!? I can’t believe it! What’s happening? We finished the IIC No… the IIC is ready! Yes… we have to tell this to our LearnAmici! Yes, we have to tell them in the next video!

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39 thoughts on “Pronomi DIRETTI e INDIRETTI in italiano: la Spiegazione Completa in MENO di 10 MINUTI! ✅”

  1. LearnAmo says:

    Sottotitoli disponibili in ITALIANO, FRANCESE e INGLESE! ✅
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  2. Klaus H. aus G. says:

    Marco gliele compra
    Ornella la vende loro/ Ornella gliela vende
    Mio padre melo dà
    Mio nipote glielo scrive …
    Però- in realtà- per me molto difficile e non sono sicuro …

  3. Marcelo Delgado says:

    Sono bravi, ragazzi, ce l'avete fatta

  4. Inassa Amin says:


  5. Марина Контэ says:

    I vostri video sono utilissimi! Vi ringrazio tanto!!

  6. Emrane Faiz says:

    Grazie mille

  7. Amanda Anima says:

    Tu avete il migliore "thumbnails"! Come fate?

  8. Jordi Pie Bolivar says:

    #Chediamo Vorrei che tu collaborassi con un YouTuber italiano (calabrese) che vive a Barcellona, ​​chiamato #PinoPrestanizzi, è un pizzaiolo di professione e realizza video di cibo sul suo canale. Penso che possa essere qualcosa di divertente

  9. Alexandre Defossez says:

    Grazie! È sempre utile… Ho messo mesi per conoscere bene i pronomi.
    Pero, il verbo "sognare" è transitivo in italiano quando vuole dire "vedere in sogno" ? Esempio: "Rocco sogna te".
    Con in francese in mente, mi sarei sbagliato (avrei detto "Rocco sogna di te", "Rocco rêve de toi" ) 🤔. Non lo sapevo.

  10. Angelo Huachano says:

    Eccellente lezione!

  11. Moustapha Diane says:


  12. Walter Romano says:

    Marco GLIELE compra;
    Ornella LA vende LORO / Ornella GLIELA vende;
    Mio padre ME LO dà;
    Mio nipote GLIELO scrive.

  13. Stefano Macchiavello says:

    Quando si deve usare la forma atona (debole) oppure la tonica (forte)? Grazie mille!

  14. Alhagie njie says:

    Marco gliele campra
    Ornella vende la casa a loro
    Ornella gliela vende
    Mio padre mi lo dà
    Mio nipore glielo scrive, fatemi sa 🍐🍐 se sono gusti e vi ringrazio

  15. Lela Akhvlediani says:

    ბრავო! მაგრები ხართ როგორც ყოველთვის!
    Bravi come sempre!

  16. Graça Maia says:

    Eccole qui: Marco gliele compra; Ornella la vende loro, oppure Ornella gliela vende; Mio padre me lo da; Mio nipote glielo scrive.

  17. Ginevra Caselli says:

    Marco gliele compra
    Ornella la vende loro
    Mio padre me lo dà
    Mia nipote gliela scrive

  18. Ginevra Caselli says:

    # chiediamo
    Vorrei Che voi dedicaste una video lezione Che riguarda appunto la Musica italiana e gli artisti più emergenti in Italia e anche un vlog in cui parlate della vostra giornata tipo

  19. Emmanuel Lefevre says:

    una lezione super utile, avevo dei dubbi su questo argomento da molto tempo… grazie! la grammatica italiana è molto simile alla francesa, che piacere!

  20. Edinaldo Guimarães says:

    1. Marco glielo compra.
    2. Ornella le vende loro.
    3. Mio padre me lo dà.
    4. Mio noite gliela scrive.

  21. Ken Hunt says:

    archibravi!!! grazie. ritonero a questa lezione per riesaminare i pronomi diretti e indiretti. era semplice, chiara basica. maestri eccelenti.

  22. wensi X says:

    Va bene anche "Federico li regala a loro" ? Grazie in anticipo!

  23. Giuliano Trabucco says:

    Grazie per Questo video. Domani ho un esame

  24. Lancine Traore says:

    1) Marco gliele compra
    2)Ornella gliela vende
    3)Mio padre me lo dà
    4)Mio nipote glielo scrive

  25. dave damiano says:

    Marco gliele compra. Ornella la vende loro, gliela vende. Mio padre me lo dà. Mio nipote glielo scrive. It takes you 10 minutes to explain. It took me 10 minutes to do these four examples. (correctly, I hope). To understand is one thing, but to use these expressions in real time is another.

  26. Alexandre Defossez says:

    Te lo do. Me lo da? Il melo.
    Te la da. Me la da? La mela.
    Toledo ? In Spagna !

    hum… non ne sono fiero di questo… :p

  27. Raquel Morán says:

    Eccellente Video! Grazie mille ❤️

  28. pierre thivet says:

    Dove sono i frasi corrette? questo esercizio è molto difficile per i principianti 😭

  29. Keka Dabbene says:

    Siete stati molto bravi con questa lezione: sintetici e precisi. Adesso tocca a noi metterse in gioco ed esercitarci fino a addomesticare questi pronommi per poter usarli giustamente. Grazie mille.

  30. Rosalba official says:

    Grazie per avermi insegnato dei verbi ti amo ti seguirò per tutta la vita

  31. Piero original Italy says:

    Bravi! 🇮🇹👍

  32. Boubacar Syllame says:

    Buongiorno a voi due.
    Marco gliele compra;
    Omela la vende loro; omela gliela vende;
    Mio padre me lo dà;
    Mio nipote glielo scrive.
    Grazie mille.

  33. Spes Ngendakumana says:

    Marco gliele compra.
    Ornella gliela vende.
    Mio padre me lo dà.
    Mio nipote glielo scrive.

  34. Mahmoud Salah says:

    Marco gliele compra
    Ornella gliela vende…..mio padre me lo dá…mio nipote glielo scrive

  35. Nada A.Saeed says:

    Marco gliele compra.
    Ornella gliela vende.
    Mio padre me lo dà.
    Mio nipote glielo scrive un messaggio.

  36. Rui Murteira says:

    Bravíssimo, secondo me il megliore video/lezione che ci avete regalato.

  37. Joe Fulfs says:

    non ho mai capito come usare i pronomi diretti e indiretti nella stessa frase prima questa lezione. Grazie mille di facendolo cosi' facile a capire!

  38. Raman Mahi says:

    Ciao …in your learn amo audio clips please add more audios and questions for b1 and b2

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