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How to say “with”: Italian grammar lesson 14

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To practice this grammar topic, take Lesson 14 of Ripeti Con Me!

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How to say “with”

In today’s short lesson, you’re going to learn how to say “with” in Italian. It’s easy to remember since it only has 3 letters: “con”. Like in English, we use this word when we want to talk about something or someone being accompanied by something or someone else.

With con Italian

Con: examples

Let’s have a look at some examples:

  • Vai a casa con tua sorella?
    Are you going home with your sister
  • Vieni con i tuoi genitori stasera?
    Are you coming with your parents tonight?
  • Mi piace parlare con te.
    I like talking with you.
  • Lei scrive sempre con la mano destra.
    She always writes with her right hand.
  • Mangio un panino con il formaggio.
    I’m eating a sandwich with cheese.

Learn Italian For Beginners Lesson: 14

How to say with Italian

Col, coi

You might also hear the abbreviated versions of “con + il”, and “con + i”:

  • con + il: col
  • con + i: coi

Both options are correct. Sometimes, it’s just easier to say the shortened versions. Have a look at the examples below:

  • Vado a casa col cane.
    I’m going home with the dog.
  • Luigi vive ancora coi genitori.
    Luigi still lives with the parents.

With in Italian

To practice this grammar topic, take Lesson 14 of Ripeti Con Me!

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