Learn to use the "ci"

In italian exists the ci=us that we have already learned, but it exists another "ci" that it is similar to the "ne". But it is used to substitute phrases that starts generally with "a=to" or "in=in"


-Hai pensato a chi ti piacerebbe invitare?:Have you thought who would you like to invite?

-no, non ci ho pensato:No, I have not.

In this case "ci" means "who I would like to invite"

-Voi siete stati due volte in Spagna?:Have you been to times in Spain?

-no, noi ci siamo stati soltanto una volta:No we have only been once.

in this case "ci" means "in spain"