"I want you."
Translation:Io ti voglio.
ti comes before a verb and nowhere else. te comes after a verb or after a preposition.
When I get to a computer you will get a lingot for that!!! Thank you !!!
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
"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 ".
You are almost right, because two solutions are allowed: "Ti voglio" and "Voglio te"
If you want to point out someone or something you use the pronoun after the verb. That's it.
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.
It should be forgiven as just a typo if by mistake one clicks "lo" instead of "Io". They look pretty similar!