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da + noun
means at, to, in someone's home or workplace.
(dove andiamo? da roberto? where are we going? To roberto's)
da + disjunctive pronoun
used when the place is expressed with a pronoun.
(Si, andiamo da lui. yes, were going to his place.)
disjunctive pronouns (pronomi tonici) follow a proposition or a verb.
usu. occupy the same position in a sentence as their english equivalents.
me
te
se'
se'
me, myself
you, yourself

yourself (form) oneself, himself, herself

yourselves (form), themselves
Lei
lui, lei
you (form)
him, her
noi
voi
Loro
loro
us,ourselves
you, yourselves
you (form)
them
la ricetta e' per te.
Non voglio uscire con loro.
Faccio tutto da me.
Amano parlare di se'.
The prescription is for you.
I dont want to exit with them.
I do everything by myself.

they like to talk about themselves
Four prepositions (senza, dopo, sotto, and su) often require di when followed by a disjunctive pronoun.
sono arrivati dopo di lui -they got there after him.
comparisons:
piu'...di/che
meno...di/che
more...than; -er than
less...than; -er than
(cosi')...come
(tanto)...quanto
as...as
as...as; as much...as
volere-want, desire
voglio
vuoi
vuole
vogliamo
volete
vogliono
guarire-to heal, to get well
guarisco
guarisci
guarisce
guariamo
guarite
guariscono