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Exercises on Italian direct object pronouns
Practice the Italian direct object pronouns with our advanced learning tools - online exercises for beginners, advanced learners and experts!.
The system gives you full control of the level of difficulty and you can progress as you please and at your own pace. All execises come with a translation of the vocabulary allowing you to practice freely without the need of a dictionary.
Below you will find a demo of some of the exercises on Italian direct object pronouns. Click on show exercises
to try for yourself:
Practice Italian direct object pronouns (accusative)
Insert the correct direct pronoun.
3rd person (lo, la, l', li, le):
compri gli spaghetti? - sì, li compro
1st + 2nd person (mi, ti, ci, vi):
mi porti a casa? - sì, ti porto a casa
Practice with direct object pronouns and verbs
The tool allows you to practice verb conjugations along with the direct object pronouns.
Insert direct pronoun as well as verb in these exercises.
aiutate le ragazze? - sì, le aiutiamo
hai mangiato la mela? - sì, l'ho mangiata
Presente, passato prossimo, condizionale, futuro:
vedrai il film? - no, non lo vedrò
You will find the exercises above - and much more - in the grammar section through the top menu.
Start learning the Italian direct object pronouns!