New Year’s Eve in Italy!

In the “New Year’s Eve in Italy!” lesson we learn the use of the pronoun “ci” with the verbs “volere” (to want) and “mettere” (to put) to indicate when something is necessary and how long it takes us to do something.

See also:

Italian Verb VOLERE (to want)

All the conjugations of the verb “volere”.

Italian Culture: Italian Holidays Read and answer to the questions below.

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