Giving orders - Italian grammar

Here’s a collection of simple grammar notes on an important grammar topic in the Italian language: Giving orders!
The Imperative is a mode used to give orders and warnings, to make recommendations, or to offer advice and suggestions. In Italian, you use a different form of the imperative depending on whether you are telling someone to do something, telling someone not to do something speaking to one person or more than one person, speaking to someone formally or informally.

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Negative orders with pronouns in Italian In the previous lesson, we have seen how to form a sentence to give orders and instructions in the negative. To do it, we...
How to give orders using a negative in Italian? Learn the grammar with simple rules and examples and practice with audio lessons.
How to give orders and instructions in Italian? Learn the grammar with simple rules and examples and practice with audio lessons.
How to give orders and istructions in Italian? Learn the grammar with simple rules and examples and practice with audio lessons.
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