Italian Words Podcast: I vestiti – Clothes in Italian

Italian Words Podcast: I vestiti – Clothes in Italian

If you have been to Italy a few times already, you’ve probably learned how to name some clothes in Italian.

 

Perhaps you remember of your first Italian date, when you realised you didn’t have anything to wear. Off you went to buy some elegant clothes to look presentable.

 

Or maybe you remember of when you were invited to a trip to the countryside. That time you had only packed smart clothes and didn’t have anything causal or comfy to wear.

 

You probably also remember of when you decided to enter a shop just for fun. You saw, for the first time how to call clothes in Italian. Remember?

 

So, chances are you have already shopped in Italy, whether for a necessity or pure pleasure.

 

And I’m not surprised. As much as I dislike shopping, I have to realise that it is still a must if you come to Italy.

 

I know how popular Italian brands are worldwide, and I know how entertaining shopping can be…sometimes.

 

So, whether you’re a shopping fan or a shopping intolerant, this podcast will help you ask for what you need.

 

Press play and don’t forget to repeat each word out loud in the second part. By repeating them, you will get used to the sound and you will remember each word more easily.

 

After playing, remember to scroll down to play the game I have prepared for you. 😉

 

Are you ready?

 

PRESS PLAY

 

AND NOW LET’S PLAY

 

Now that you’re familiar these new words, here is a game to help you remember clothes in Italian.

 

To play this game, simply drag each picture next to its matching word.

 

You can play as much as you want. The more you play, the more you will remember.

 

 

Don’t forget to join my private Facebook group Fun Italian for Beginners to get more resources, videos and live sessions. You will be able to ask any question you have and meet other people ready to start their 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.