ti comes before a verb and nowhere else. te comes after a verb or after a preposition.
What helps me is to remember i before e.
When I get to a computer you will get a lingot for that!!! Thank you !!!
Good one! Thanks!
I'm really enjoying this lesson. These sentences feel more like "real" Italian and I think it's a preview of the optional "flirting" lesson! Lol
Difficult to differentiate between lo and Io with my eyes!
this is mysterious. When is it "te" and when is it "ti"?
"Ti" object pronoun as in "Ti do il libro" before the verb. "Te" used after a verb as in "Io amo te". Exemplos" Io ti voglio or Io voglio te ".
I'm so confused. Why is "Te voglio" wrong?
You are almost right, because two solutions are allowed: "Ti voglio" and "Voglio te"
Before the verb "Ti", after the verb "Te"
What about io voglio vi?
Oh! Duo, I'm flattered, really. But this is so sudden... XD
Io ti voglio ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
That is so confusing
If you want to point out someone or something you use the pronoun after the verb. That's it.
Why is "Mi ti voglio" wrong?
What is it that you mean to say?
Why is "lo voglio" incorrect? I thought that it could be him/her: third person, masculine or feminine. And therefore that either lo or la could be used.
I wrote same way as you. Why is it not correct then please?
I put the correct answer and it was marked wrong!
It should be forgiven as just a typo if by mistake one clicks "lo" instead of "Io". They look pretty similar!
Thank you for the ti te explanation. Now it seems so easy!
Whats the difference between the two, ti & te, do they both mean you and are dependent on sentence placement and structure?