When to Use “Chi” Versus “Che” in Italian
When learning a new language, beginners often apply the rules of their mother tongue to the foreign one they’re exploring, and that’s where most mistakes happen. The use of relative pronouns like che and chi in Italian may be confusing for many English speakers. But correctly using each is simple enough, once you know a bit of background.
The simplest way to remember the difference between chi and che is to remember that chi goes at the beginning of the sentence. Chi mean
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