Italian Word of the Day: C’è / Ci sono (there is / there are)

When talking about the existence or presence of something in English, we use the expressions there is / there’s (singular) and there are (plural). In Italian, the exact equivalents are c’è (singular) and ci sono (plural). C’è is the contracted form of ci + è. Learn with this video: c’è / ci sono In informal …

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