Indirect Object Pronouns

Pronomi Indiretti

Introduction Introduzione
Indirect objects are the nouns in a phrase for whom or to whom the action of the verb happens. In the sentence “I brought him it” the indirect object is “him”. “It” is the direct object and “I” is the subject.

In Italian, the indirect object pronouns are nearly identical to those of the direct object with a few exceptions:
   gli replaces lo
   le/Le replaces la/La
   loro replaces li/Le and le/Le
Singular First-person
Play mi
me
Second-person
Play ti
you singular
Third-person
Play gli
him it masculine
Play le
her it feminine
Play Le
you formal
Plural First-person
Play ci
us
Second-person
Play vi
you all plural
Third-person
Play loro
them
Play Loro
you all formal
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