ITA100 Exam Review

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University of Toronto Mississauga
Adriano Grimaldi

ITA100 EXAM REVIEWGrammaticaScritturaAGGETTIVI VS AVVERBI MOLTO Molto can be used either as an adverb meaning very or as an adjective meaning much When used as an adjective it must agree with the noun it modies however when used as an adverb there is no agreement In expressions that use averenoun molto is translated as very however it is an adjective and must agree with the noun in these expressions Examples ADVERB NO AGREEMENT Ginamolto simpatica ADJECTIVE AGREEMENT Gina ha molti amici AGGETTIVI E PRONOMI DIMOSTRATIVI QuestoAs is the case with any adjective the demonstrative adjective questo this agrees with the noun in modies The pronoun forms of questo are identical to those of the adjective however quest can not be usedIt must be changed back to the original form The forms of questo are as follows questo masculine singular questa feminine singular questi masculine plural queste feminine plural quest singularvowel for adjective only Examples ADJECTIVE Questa borsacarissimaQueste cravate sono rosse PRONOUN QuestacarissimaQueste sono rosse QuelloLAggettivo Dimostrativo MasculineSingularPluralz sconsonantquelloquegliany vowelquellquegliany other consonant quelqueiPage 1QuelloLAggettivo Dimostrativo FeminineSingularPluralany consonantquellaquelleany vowelquellquelleAs with any adjective the demonstrative adjective quello thatthose agrees with the noun it modies The forms of the demonstrative adjective corresponds to those of the denite articles QuelloIl Pronome Dimostrativo There are only four pronoun forms of quello quello masculine singular quella feminine singular quelli masculine plural quelle feminine plural Examples ADJECTIVE Quel panebuonoQuegli zii parlanoQuello ziotedesco PRONOUN QuellobuonoQuelli parlanoQuellotedesco AGGETTIVI E PRONOMI POSSESSIVI Masculine MasculinePluralFeminineFemininePluralSingularSingularmyil mioi mieila miale mieyour famil tuoi tuoila tuale tueyourshisheryour il suoi suoila suale suepolouroursil nostroi nostrila nostrale nostreyour polyoursil vostroi vostrila vostra le vostretheirtheirsil loroi lorola lorole loroPossessive pronouns have the same forms as their corresponding adjectives Page 2
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