"È proprio buono."
Translation:It is quite good.
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That's a good rule to follow in general. You will find that some verbs change according to gender and number so you can guess the subject from that. Some adjectives are used strictly for inanimate objects or strictly for living organisms. Here's an example: If the sentence were è proprio bravo then your best choice would certainly be lui because the adjective is used mostly for people and indicates a male subject.