"Lì" and "Là"

Is there any difference between the words "Lì" and "Là"?

July 3, 2014


I checked my notes and found these. I'm sorry I don't remember where I read it. I hope it helps.

Lì: exactly over there

Là: around there

Qui: exactly here where I am

Qua: in my proximity

Questo (this): close to me

Quello (that): far from both of us

July 3, 2014

From this thread maybe? It's the one I have marked. [Sorry! I really don't mean to stalk you across the boards! ><]

July 3, 2014

Excellent! I really should write (in my notes) who I took the information from! F.Formica is a very smart ant, isn't he? I'm happy you reminded me, AernJardos! If it wasn't for you, f.formica, Viaggiatore, sandrabruck, Nitram15, Biomax, mmseiple, Estelle, and many, many others I wouldn't be as far as I am in this game! The discussions help!

July 3, 2014

The discussions really have that feeling that, "we're all in it to learn together!" It's truly awesome. And yes, F.Formica is amazing, as are all the other people in your list, and you yourself, Nancy. °nods wisely°

For notes, I keep screenshots of things I find interesting and just name the screenshot the thread URL. It helps keep my brain straight.

July 4, 2014

I miss reading your discussions, AernJardos! I know you're still learning somewhere in the U.S.A. Thinking of you and hoping you have your notifications turned on!

June 2, 2018

and both mean there, but is a bit closer than

This thread covers it very well!

July 3, 2014

Thank you!

July 3, 2014
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