Lucrezia — Dove mi porti di bello?
Lucrezia -Benissimo! A che ora? Marco — Passo a prenderti alle 8, se per te va bene. Marco — Ok, ci vediamo domani. Lucrezia -A domani. Ciao Marco. Marco -Ciao.
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Luigi — Giovanni mi senti? Luigi — Giovanni, sono Luigi. Dove sei?
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Preceding Adjectives. Only a few adjectives go before the noun, the rest are placed right after it. Bello - beautiful, buono - good, grande - large, and brutto - ugly are the most common preceding adjectives, even though they don't have to go before the noun. Bello and buono have alternate forms when they precede a noun.
If they go after the noun, then they can be formed in the usual way. The above forms are only for when they go before the noun. Be aware that grande can have alternate forms before nouns too. Grande can become gran before masculine or feminine nouns beginning with a consonant. Or it could contract to grand' before masculine or feminine nouns beginning with a vowel. But you do not have to use the alternate forms, whether or not you place the adjective before or after the noun. Adjectives: Feminine and Plural.
Some adjectives have two forms, others have four. Francese french has two: francese and francesi. Nuovo new has four: nuovo, nuova, nuovi, and nuove. More Adjectives. Most adverbs are formed by adding -mente to the feminine singular form of the adjective. Adjectives ending in -le or -re drop the final -e before adding -mente, if the l or r is preceded by a vowel.
Note that the adverbial form of buono good is bene well , and cattivo bad is male badly. The adverb sempre always usually follows the verb. Anche also, too always precedes the noun, pronoun or infinitive to which it refers. When it precedes io, it becomes anch'. Noi studiamo sempre. We always study. Vuole anche questo libro. He wants that book, too. Anch'io devo studiare. I have to study too. Most sports use giocare a sport without the prepositional contractions to mean to play a sport. Giocano a pallacanestro. They play basketball.