What are the demonstrative pronouns in Italian


Quello (der, die, das ... there; that, -e, -es) refers to people / things that are a little further away from the speaker.

Quello as a demonstrative adjective ends like the definite article.

masculine, masculineFeminine
Singular, singularPlural, pluralSingular, singularPlural, plural
before consonantsource gelato quei gelati quella camera source camere
before vowelsource’Amico quegli amici source’Amica source amiche
before s + consonantwell straniero quegli stranieri
before z well zucchino quegli zucchini

Is well a demonstrative pronoun, only the last letter changes.

Questo maglione è troppo caro. Preferisco well. This sweater is too expensive. I like this one more.
Questa camicia è troppo cara. Preferisco quella. This blouse is too expensive. I like this one more.
Questi maglioni sono troppo cari. Preferisco well. These sweaters are too expensive. I like these more.
Quest scarpe sono troppo care. Preferisco source. These shoes are too expensive. I like these more.
Grammar - Italian 1
Overview of the grammatical terms
Special features in the formation of the plural
The adjectives on “-co / -ca”
Adjectives that denote colors
Comparative and superlative
The relationship between adjectives and adverbs
Comparative / superlative of adverbs
Indirect object pronoun (dative: whom?)
Direct object pronoun (accusative: wen? What?)
Pronominal adverbs "ne" and "ci"
"Poco", "molto, tanto", "troppo"
Formation of the verb "essere"
List of irregular verbs
Grammar - Italian 2
Overview of the grammatical terms
Comparative and superlative
Playback of "as ... as"
The "superlativo relativo"
Irregular forms of the comparative and superlative
Position of the unstressed subject pronoun with an infinitive
Subject pronouns in connection with “avere”
Verbs with direct and indirect object
Pronominal adverbs "ne" and "ci"
The relative pronouns "che" and "cui"
“Passato prossimo” of the reflexive verbs
“Passato prossimo” of the modal verbs
Alignment of the past participle with pronouns of the direct object
Verbs with auxiliary verb “avere” and “essere”
Different uses of “passato prossimo” and imperfect tense
Use of the verb “volere” in the past tense
The verbs “sapere” and “conoscere”
The "congiuntivo presente"
Conditional sentence with gerund
Verbs used impersonally
Verbs in conjunction with pronouns
List of irregular verbs
Grammar - Italian 3
The gender of the nouns
Matching adjectives with multiple nouns
Increase (irregular shapes)
Compound pronoun
“Il quale / la quale / i quali / le quali”
“Il cui / la cui / i cui / le cui”
The time sequence in the subjunctive
Use of the subjunctive in sentences with “che”
Use of the subjunctive in main clauses
The "condizionale passato"
Passive construction with verb "andare"
Verb “dovere” to express speculation
Transitive verbs with indirect reflexive pronouns