I giorni della settimana – The days of the week in Italian

I giorni della settimana – The days of the week in Italian

This week’s Italian Words Podcast will cover the days of the week in Italian.

It’s a topic most people are curious about and keep asking me about after a bunch of lessons.

 

Knowing the days of the week is something that comes a lot in handy.

 

This is especially true when you want to talk about your weekly routine and habits. Or perhaps when you have to decide on which day you want to meet up with your friend.

 

But these are just two of endless life situations that will require you to use the days of the week.

 

Don’t you agree?

 

So, here you have this week’s podcast to approach the days of the week and become familiar with them.

 

After you’ve watched the video, don’t forget to check below for a little surprise.

 

 

Now that you’re more familiar with the days of the week in Italian, I have a little game for you.

 

I like to give a word scramble game to my students when approaching the days of the week.

 

Why?

 

I know it’s a not a lot of words to remember. However, I’m also aware that a lot of these words may sound or look unfamiliar at the beginning.

 

I don’t enjoy seeing people struggle when learning Italian. Therefore, I have prepared a little word scramble game for you to practice the spelling.

 

I chose this game is because it will give you a fun and quick way to remember these new words.

 

You will know you’ve got the right answer when the program will say “Correct Answer”. So, you’re not going to lose. 🙂

 

You can play it anytime you want and it will take less than 10 minutes of your time.

 

You will see that remembering the correct spelling of the days of the week is actually super easy.

 

Enjoy your game! 🙂

 

PS: don’t forget to join my private Facebook group Fun Italian for beginners. You’ll get more games and activities, mini video lessons and live sessions to help you kick start your Italian.

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.