I have already talked about noun genders in a previous lesson and I mentioned that Italian nouns ending in E can be either masculine or feminine. Usually, we tend to learn them as we go and memorize whether they are masculine or feminine. But here you can find a trick to make your life easier.
Are you one of those who have bought an Italian course book and learnt everything on your own? Do you feel like you can read and write Italian just fine but still struggle with listening and speaking? Are you desperately looking for some tips to speak Italian more fluently?
There will come a point in your Italian learning journey where you come across the so-called particella CI. But what exactly this is and how can you use CI in Italian?
I’m about to show you something: this is your face when you first find out about Italian indefinite articles:
Saying there is and there are in Italian is one of the easiest things to do. We only use two expressions: c’è and ci sono.
Would you know how to book a table in Italian if you wanted to eat in the most amazing restaurant in town?