"He turns toward her."

Translation:Lui si gira verso di lei.

April 11, 2013

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Can anyone tell me why "gira" is preceded by "si"? And why "di" is necessary if "verso" means "towards"? This is the first time I've come across it, and I don't understand.


girare + object = to turn something. "girarsi" = to turn (around) I turn = (io) mi giro. There are some prepositions which can be acompanied by "di" like "verso di", "senza di"

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