with verb movement and subject positions in Icelandic and Old Italian .. preverbal subjects, Chapter 1. gives an overview of SF in Modern Icelandic. The most. Italian verb conjugations feature three singular persons and three plural persons. Additionally, a personal pronoun can substitute as the subject of a sentence. when you check into a hotel, and in the Loro command form (see Chapter 5). The Subject Pronouns -- I, You, He, She, It, We, and They In Italian, because of the fact that the verb ending includes a reference to the person doing the action. The infinitive (in Italian infinito) is an infinite form of the verb, in other words it is when because the infinite form (eating) shares his subject with the finite form. Italian grammar is the body of rules describing the properties of the Italian language. Italian ⟨gli⟩; ⟨sci⟩ (or ⟨sh⟩ or ⟨ ch ⟩ in loan words, e.g. lo chef) pronounced as /ʃ/ . In Italian, altered nouns are nouns with particular shades of meaning. . Personal pronouns are normally dropped in the subject, as the conjugation. See Poletto (b: ch. 5 Frascarelli's () view is that Italian nan is dependent upon the verb not for syntactic reasons but for phonological reasons.