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We talk about prepositions at The Iceberg Project a LOT.
This is because Italian prepositions are really difficult and they differ so much from how we use prepositions in English.
Aside from the typical uses, however, there are a few unexpected ways a few Italian prepositions are used.
In this episode, you’ll hear some examples of the following pronouns being used in surprising ways.
You’ll also get to hear a fun cocktail party fact about an Italian word that’s untranslatable in English.
For a more in-depth experience with prepositions, you can check out the 7-week Italian Prepositions Challenge here. It isn’t open yet, but you can click here to get on the early list and potentially be a beta tester before the course is released.
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