the you himcostumava engineer engineer (sing masc)passar (I/he/she/it/you) used to (I/he/she/it/you) used to use to (I/he/she/it/you) was/were using topelo passes runs (I/he/she/it/you) crossbar around the on fordepois bar pubdo after afterwards latertrabalho from (the) of (the) 's. assignment work labor
(you) use be in the habit of (he/she/it) is in the habit ofConjugatebeneil well good righttuo
Lo, il and l'
There are a few ways to say the for masculine nouns. Lo is for words that begin with s + consonant (lo squalo), z (lo zucchero); il is for masculine nouns that begin with a consonant (il ragazzo); l' is used when nouns begin with a vowel (l'uomo).Dismiss
il tuo your yours the the (before some consonants)Explaintempo il tuo your yours Your(s) yours! time weather half Gender: Masculine