Tutorial Transcript

How are you? I hope you are all very well and that you are ready for a new Italian lesson! Today we talk about the particle "ne". Also this particle, as we have seen with "there" last Sunday, it can be one bit complex to use in the spoken language, because we do not always have the naturalness and the spontaneity necessary to use it in a natural way when we speak. Even today I want to teach an updated lesson, I have already talked about "ne" in the past, but how I did for the particle "there", I want to add other information, but above all I want to make everything clearer for you. The grammatical functions that "cover" them there are two: In the first case we have "ne" as a pronoun that replaces the specification complement. While, in the second case we have "ne" as partitive pronoun, when in the sentence there is refers to a quantity. So let's look at specific examples. The first examples that we analyze are of the sentences in which the particle "ne" replaces the specification complement. The examples we'll see in a few seconds, instead, they are sentences where the particle instead "ne" has the function of partitive pronoun e it always refers to one quantity. Beyond that in the examples we have just seen, the particle "ne" is very present in some idiomatic expressions that are used regularly. And now we'll see some. Next to it you have the form endlessly. Do you already know some of these expressions? Do you use some? They are really widespread and used, therefore now let's see, one by one, that what do they mean! These are all the information I have to tell you today on the particle "ne". I hope this information is useful and that you can better understand how the particle is "ne" works in a sentence. Thank you so much for watching this video! Do not forget to subscribe to my channel and follow me on Instagram for advice on books to read, music to listen, um, and lots of food photos !! Thanks and see you next time, bye!