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.
Don’t get me wrong, persone is absolutely fine. But if your goal is to speak Italian naturally, you might want to know that there’s another word to refer to people.
And this word is gente.
But how can we use persone and gente the right way?
This video lesson will show you how to use them in day-to-day sentences and what to know when choosing one or another.
Press play and, as usual, don’t forget to practice, practice, and practice. 😉
GENTE AND PERSONE: TWO WAYS TO SAY PEOPLE IN ITALIAN
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