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Exercises on Italian possessive pronouns
Practice the Italian possessive pronouns with our advanced learning tools - online interactive exercises for beginners as well as advanced learners!
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 our exercises on Italian possessive pronouns. Click on show exercises
to try for yourself:
Practice Italian possessive pronouns
Insert the correct possessive pronoun and definite article.
Examples with 1st person (il mio, la mia, i miei, le mie):
dove sono le mie scarpe? (di me)
In the grammar section you will have the option to include exercises with possessive pronouns of other persons as well (il tuo, il suo, il nostro, il vostro, il loro).
Practice possessive pronouns and terms for family members
Furthermore you can include exercises with terms for family members where the definite article is omitted when the possessive pronoun is singular and not loro. In the following examples we have mixed the different kinds of exercises (1st person):
chi è? - è mia madre (di me)
Go to the grammar section
, click on possessive pronouns
and start practicing!