How can you train your Italian listening comprehension when you’re a beginner (or false beginner)?
Knowing the difference between the verbs sapere and conoscere in Italian is crucial when you want to speak correctly. But when coming from an English-speaking background, this can be a hurdle.
In this video I’m going to give you an Italian conversation practice. I hear the same question basically on a daily basis from many people:
Ci vuole and ci vogliono are two common Italian phrases that we use to say the English phrase it takes.
When first translating the word people in Italian, most people [ 🙂 ] come up with is persone. What most people don’t actually know is there are two ways to say people.
This video is kind of special, because I’m about to offer you an Italian free course for the so-called “false beginners” or advanced beginners.
I strongly believe that it is possible to speak Italian naturally from the very beginning. You don’t need to be learning for ages before you can start using some more conversational and colloquial expressions. Everything at the right time, of course, but sometimes you can start having fun right from day one. 🙂