Indirect pronouns - Italian grammar

Here’s a collection of simple grammar notes on an important grammar topic in the Italian language: Indirect pronouns!
While direct object pronouns answer the question “what?” or “whom?” Indirect object pronouns answer the question “to whom”? or “for whom”? Using indirect object pronouns in place of the noun can help spoken and written language flow more naturally.

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Italian grammar lesson on indirect object pronouns. How to use them? Simple notes for beginners with rules, examples, conjugations, sentences, and exercises.
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