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Marika explains a great many things connected with the Italian language and culture. Geared towards beginners, the videos include Italian lessons, simple recipes, conversation, and lots more.

Le preposizioni articolate
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Marika spiega - Le preposizioni articolate - Part 1

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Italy

After looking at simple prepositions, Marika talks about a special kind of preposition called una preposizione articolata. It just means that the preposition has a definite article attached to it. In this segment, she covers the ways the preposition di (of) combines with different articles to become a new complex preposition. For example, di + il = del.

Marika spiega - Le preposizioni articolate - Part 2

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Italy

We look at the preposition a combined with different definite articles. This preposizione articolata is used, for example, in talking about the time: alle otto (at eight o'clock); about a manner or style: alla francese (French-style), al dente (not too cooked).

Marika spiega - Le preposizioni articolate - Part 3

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Italy

In this video, the preposition we combine with a definite article is da. It can mean "from," but also "to" and "at." So, combined with the different definite articles, it's going to mean "from the," "to the," or "at the."

Marika spiega - Le preposizioni articolate - Part 4

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Italy

We look at the preposition in [in, to, at] and how it combines with the various definite articles.

Marika spiega - Le preposizioni articolate - Part 5

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Italy

Marika concentrates on the preposition su [on] in combination with various articles to form the very useful sul, sui, sugli, sulla, sulle and sull'.

Marika spiega - Le preposizioni articolate - Part 6

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Italy

Marika adds the preposition con (with) to the list of prepositions that combine with definite articles.

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