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Italian possessive pronouns (third person plural) 'their'

Just like English, Italian has a set of possessive pronouns. When the noun is in the plural, the Italian word for their is loro.

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

i loro letto
their beds
le loro case
their houses
loro figlia
their daughters
loro madre
their mothers
le loro tavoli
their tables

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Basic words and phrases in Italian

Get by in Italian with these basic Italian words & phrases.

Good luck

Buona fortuna

Good evening

Buona sera

See you later

A più tardi



See you again

Alla prossima volta

See you tomorrow

A domani

Good afternoon

Buon pomeriggio

Good night

Buona notte