When CI and LO/LA mean IT
How do you know which article to use between CI and LO/LA, when they both mean IT?
So, in sentences like I'D LIKE TO BUY IT (the cake) or I'D LIKE TO GO TO SEE IT (the castle) ONE DAY.
Jan 16, 2016 9:06 PM
Answers · 3
Could you provide an example in Italian? We are not talking about articles but indirect pronouns.
Following you examples:
I'D LIKE TO BUY IT (the cake) --> MI piacerebbe comprarLA (cause cake "torta" is feminine in Italian)
I'D LIKE TO GO TO SEE IT (the castle) --> Mi piacerebbe vederLO (case castle "castello" is masculine)