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.
Normally, the very first tough grammar point I touch with my students is the Italian present tense. It’s one of the very first complex grammar rules I have to teach.
Learning the imperative in Italian can literally be one of easiest things to do. If you’re feeling scared and you think it’s going to be impossible. Take a break for a second.
Again, I have prepared an Italian listening for you. I know many of you want to practice your listening skills, so here we are with another activity.
You’ve surely heard of the particle ne in Italian. You’ve tried to understand how it works, but you’re still not sure of how to use it.
Buying a train ticket in Italy is super esay. If you’ve felt lost, at least once in your life, at an Italian train station, here are a few useful phrases for you.
I often hear my students say that they struggle when listening to Italian. That they can’t find anything to listen to and that they get demotivated. Sounds familiar?