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Do you struggle with choosing the right prepositions when using verbs related to movement in Italian? You’re not alone. Many learners find this aspect of the language perplexing and struggle with its correct usage. In this article, we will explore this issue and provide you with useful tips to learn Italian prepositions that go with verbs of movement. Prepositions with verbs of movement Verbs of motion in Italian are often accompanied by prepositions to show direction or place. Common prepositions connected to verbs of motion are: Andare (to go) – A (to), In (in), Verso (towards) Venire (to come) –
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