Easy grammar: the Italian negative form

Easy grammar: the Italian negative form

How does the Italian negative form work?

I always hear people saying that Italian grammar is difficult.

As much as this statement can be true, I would like to say something about it.

If you have known me for a while, you know I’m not a huge fan of this statement.

First of all, everything seems difficult if taken all in one time.

Secondly, not every part of the Italian grammar is a nightmare.

I know that, in some points, Italian grammar can be a bit tricky, but this is not the case for the negative form.

The Italian negative form is, in fact, one the easiest things to remember and practice.

How many times have you wanted to say no?

Think about of all the times that you have wanted to say “I don’t want want to” or “I’m not fine”.

I’m sure you agree with me on the fact that saying no, at the right time, is more than important.

And, if sometimes it’s not easy to do so in life, when it comes to Italian grammar it’s super easy to do.

You will see yourself in this video lesson how easy it is make a negative sentence in Italian.

You still don’t believe me?

Press play and don’t forget to practice after watching the video.

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Gloria Spagnoli
Gloria Spagnoli

I help beginners of Italian take their first steps, speak from day one and learn Italian at their pace and by having fun.