Have you ever tried to improve your Italian listening skills on your own? How did it go? Most importantly, how did you feel?
We learn pretty soon that forming the past participles in Italian can be easy and intuitive. However, we forget that there are some verbs with an irregular past participle. So, the question is: how do we form these irregular past participles in Italian?
We all know how to use adjectives, but how do we use the adjectives of color in Italian? We might think we’ll have to use them like any normal adjective, but this is not always the case.
Have you ever wondered how to eat like an Italian? Well, the first way to do so is to start by the language.
Have you ever stopped and thought about how to transalte the verb to play in Italian? Have you ever had one of those moments of big doubt? You know a couple of translations, but you’re never sure of how to use them.
What’s your favourite Italian region? And do you have one? I had to seriously think about it, since I truly appreciate the diversity of all the regions and areas in Italy.
In an ideal world, the Italian words for beginners should be easy and smooth to pronounce. But we know that this is not always the case.