I’ve always wanted to find a way to talk a bit more about Italy and its culture, and finally…here it is!
Practicing speaking Italian seems one of the hardest things to do when you’re busy. You have very little time, you don’t have any input to begin a conversation and you don’t know how to continue. Well, this activity is going to help you with that.
We learned, during one of our first lessons, how to from plurals in Italian. Now we know there is a rule for that. In this lesson, we’re going to sort of break the rule.
Knowing the difference between sentire and sentirsi can be hard, especially if your first language doesn’t have any reflexive verbs. These two verbs look familiar, but they’re actually different, even in their meaning.
Learning some basic Italian pronunciation is more necessary than we think. Sure, we can mispronounce from time to time and be understood anyway. However, there are a few sounds we need to learn if we want to be understood when we go to Italy.
I keep saying how easy it is to conugate the Italian regular verbs. And this video lesson is going to prove it one more time.
It’s certainly useful to know how to say I don’t know in Italian when you’re faced with your first moments in Italy.
A few weeks ago we saw the phrases to buy a train ticket in Italian. In this video we’re going to practice saying these phrases.
Knowing the Italian adverbs of frequency can give a huge boost to your conversations. Imagine how many times you’ve tried to describe your habits and what you do during the week without finding the right words. Well, now you can.