Subject Object Direct Indirect Reflexive Compound* To mean
pronouns stressed object object pronouns pronouns “self”
io me mi mi mi me me stessa -o
tu te ti ti ti te te stessa -o
lei lei la le si glie sé stessa
lui lui lo gli si glie sé stesso
noi noi ci ci ci ce noi stesse -i
voi voi vi vi vi ve voi stesse -i
loro loro le, li gli si glie sé stesse -i
*When combined with the pronouns la, le, lo or li, these forms are placed first. For example, "Who bought me it?" is rendered as "Chi melo comprava?" (in this case, the word lo refers to a singular masculine item).
The sentence "Who gave us them?" would be translated as "Chi cele dava?" (in this case, the pronoun le refers to a feminine plural item).
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