What is the difference between cosa and che cosa in Italian? Is it possible to only say che, instead of che cosa? How can you use the interrogative che cosa in Italian?
Looking at different books, resources and dictionaries can make things a bit confusing.
You know you’ve heard of che cosa, but you’ve also heard Italians saying cosa or just che, when asking a question. And now you’re wondering if there is actually a difference between them or if they pretty much mean the same thing.
Spoiler alert: they all have the same meaning. However, this doesn’t mean that you can use the three of them at any time and with anybody. Because, ff your ultimate goal is speaking to Italians the right way, there are some differences you should take into account.
And, if you want to know how to properly use che cosa, cosa and che, this conversation pill will help you understand how to better use them and keep yourself away from embarrassing situations.
Press play and don’t forget to put che cosa into practice right from today. Go and find any Italian speaking person that you know and don’t be shy to use it with them.
HOW TO USE CHE COSA IN ITALIAN LIKE A PRO
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