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Italian possessive pronouns (third person singular) 'his'

When the noun is in the plural, the Italian words for his are suoi and sue. The word suoi is used with masculine nouns and the word sue is used with feminine nouns.

Examples of using the word 'his' in Italian with a noun in the plural

i suoi cani
his dogs
sue sorelle
his sisters
sue figlia
his daughters
i suoi gatti
his cats
suoi bambini
his children

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Good luck

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Good morning

Buongiorno

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