If you want to sound more and more like an Italian, there are some simple tricks that you can put into practice right from the beginning. One of them is learning how to use the adjective buono in Italian.
How can such a simple adjective make the difference when trying to blend in with other Italians?
Buono is one of those adjectives which changes when used before a noun.
We can say
Questo dolce è molto buono
This dessert is really good
Marco è un buon amico
Marco is a good friend
Luisa prende un buono stipendio
Luisa earns a good salary
But how do we know the exact use of buono in Italian?
This video lesson will help you better understand how to use the adjective buono before and after a noun.
Press play and don’t forget to play the game at the end.
HOW TO USE BUONO IN ITALIAN LIKE A NATIVE
Here you have a little quiz with a simple rule:
choose between buono, buona, buoni, buone and buon.
Play as much as you can until you feel confident about using buono in Italian. The more you play, the more you will remember. 🙂
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