• Learn Italian in Manchester – Here and there in Italian

     

    Italian Adverbs of Place

    Some common adverbs of place are quiqua and 

    qui (here)

    qua (here)

    To indicate a place near to where the person is speaking.

     

    lì (there)

    là (there)

    To indicate a place far away from where the person is speaking.

    Examples:

    Qui fa’ freddo e  ?
    It’s cold here. What about there?

    Qua c’è caldo e  ?
    It’s hot here. What about there?

    Qui vicino” is a common expression used to reinforce the idea that something is near.

    Example:

    Qui vicino ci sono un ristorante e una pizzeria.
    There is a restaurant and pizzeria near here.

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