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negozio = store
biblioteca = library
supervisore = supervisor
vino = wine
francese = French
spagnolo = Spanish
festa = party
subito = immediately
presto = quickly
questo = this (masculine and singular)
Questo e' molto importante = This is very important.
questa = this (femine and singular)
Quella torta e' buona, ma questa e' cattiva. = That cake is good, but this one is bad.
questi = these (masculine and plural)
Compriamo questi. = Let's buy these.
queste = these (femine and plural)
Quelle mele sono buone, ma preferisco queste. = Those apples are good, but I prefer these.
quello = that (masculine and singular)
Questo ragazzo e' piu' intelligente di quello. = This boy is more intelligent than that one.
quella = that (femine and singular)
Quella e' una penna. = That is a pen.
quelli = those (masculine and plural)
Questi bambini sono piu' bravi di quelli? = Are these children better than those?
quelle = those (femine and plural)
Preferiamo quelle. = We prefer those.
quel gatto = that cat
quelle banane = those bananas
quella cravatta = that tie
quei ragazzi = those boys
quel quaderno = that notebook
quell'uovo = that egg
quelle forchette = those forks
quegli specchi = those mirrors
quella bugia = that lie
quella musica = that music
quelle matite = those pencils
quello zoo = that zoo
quell'insalata = that salad
quel messaggio = that message
quegli orologi = those watches
quelle classi = those classes
quel = comes before most masculine singular nouns that begin with a consonant. The exception is those masculine nouns beginning with ps, gn, z, or s followed by a consonant.
Quel ragazzo viene sempre in ritardo. = That boy always comes late.
quello = comes before a masculine singular nouns beginning with ps, gn, z, or s followed by a consonant.
Compriamo quello specchio. = Let's buy that mirror.
quell' = comes before all masculine singular nouns beginning with a vowel.
Quell'uomo parla molto. = That man talks a lot.
quella = comes before all femine singular nouns that begin with a consonant.
Il presidente abita in quella casa. = The president lives in that house.
quell' = comes before all femine singular nouns that begin with a vowel.
Quell'arancia non e' buona. = That orange is not good.
quei = is the plural of quel and comes before most masculine plural nouns that begin with a consonant. The exception is those masculine nouns beginning with ps, gn, z, or s followed by a consonant.
Quei treni vanno a Milano. = Those trains go to Milan.
quegli = is the plural of both quello and quell' and comes before all masculine plural nouns that begin with a vowel, or those that begin with ps, gn, z, or s followed by a consonant.
Quegli studenti sono bravi. = Those students are good.
quelle = is the plural of both quella and quell' and comes before any femine plural noun.
Quelle famiglie non capiscono italiano. = Those families do not understand Italian.
questa domanda = this question
queste banane = these bananas
questa cravatta = this tie
questo gelato = this ice cream
questa musica = this music
queste scarpe = these shoes
questo studente = this student
questi studenti = these students
questi americani = these americans
questa madre = this mother
questo messaggio = this message
questi spaghetti = these spaghetti
queste lezioni = these lessons
questo problema = this problem
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