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How do you say "some," "any," "a few," "a lot of," and so on in Italian?
L'articolo partitivo (partitive article) is used to indicate imprecise or approximate quantities.
L'articolo partitivo it is used to indicate a part of a whole or an undetermined quantity or number.
L'articolo partitivo in English it is expressed as some or any.
L'articolo partitivo In Italian it is expressed by the contraction of di + the definite article in all its forms.
Il partitivo Fem. Singolare della dell Fem. Plurale delle
Il partitivo Masc. Singolare del dell dello Masc. Plurale. dei degli
It appears before singular nouns (del gelato, del caff e`, del burro)
as well as before plural nouns of an unspecified amount (dei panini, delle mele, degli spinaci).
You can also use qualche + singular noun Or alcuni / alcune + plural noun, but only with things that can be counted (and not with uncountable items such as zucchero, pasta, pane, etc.)
vorrei qualche regalo vorrei alcuni regali vorrei qualche idea vorrei qualche uovo vorrei alcune uova
Un po` di (un poco di) may replace the partitive only when some means a little bit, a bit of
Desidero un po` di latte. del latte. Mangio un po` di pollo. del pollo.
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