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Italian Pronoun Ne
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In Italian, the pronoun ne can mean "about," "any," "some," "of it," "of them," from it," from them," or "from there." It can also replace a prepositional phrase beginning with da or di. Here are a few examples:

Parliamo di Mario. (We talk about Mario.)
Ne parliamo. (We talk about him.)
Hai bisogno di due francobolli. (You need two stamps.)
Ce ne vogliono due. (You need two of them.)
Ne avete molti di amici. (You have many friends.)
Ne avete molti. (You have many of them.)
Ho due fratelli. (I have two brothers.)
Ne ho due. (I have two of them.)


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