How to use MOLTO in Italian: adjective or adverb?

How to use MOLTO in Italian: adjective or adverb?

How can you use molto in Italian? Why do we say sono molto stanca and then we say ho molta sete?

Using molto can be confusing: sometimes it changes, sometimes it doesn’t.


We say:


Questo film è molto bello.

This movie is really nice.


Questa città è molto bella.

This city is really nice.


Questi quadri sono molto belli.

These paintings are very nice.


Queste foto sono molto belle.

These pictures are very nice.



But we also say:


C’è molto rumore.

There’s a lot of noise.


Ho molta fame.

I’m very hungry.


Ci sono molti quadri.

There are many paintings.


Ci sono molte foto.

There are many pictures.


This video lesson will show you how to use molto and how to know when it changes and when it does not change.


Press play and don’t forget to play the game at the end. 🙂







Molto, molta, molti or molte? Which one is the correct? Choose the right option and play as much as you want. 🙂



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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.