Category:Italian combined forms

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This category is for one-word combinations of infinitive, gerund, past participle or imperative forms of ordinary verbs with one or two pronouns.

Examples with one pronoun include fargli (from infinitive of fare + gli) and dimmi (from imperative of dire + mi).

Examples with two pronouns include dimmelo (from imperative of dire + me + lo.

Forms of reflexive verbs (such as lavarsi) or pronomial verbs (such as andarsene) should not be added to this category.

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