Talking about your habits: the Italian adverbs of frequency

Talking about your habits: the Italian adverbs of frequency

Knowing the Italian adverbs of frequency can give a huge boost to your conversations. Imagine how many times you’ve tried to describe your habits and what you do during the week without finding the right words. Well, now you can.

You will see that they’re super easy to use and remember, and you will find yourself using them in no time.


Here is what you’re going to see:


sempre (always), spesso (often), qualche volta (sometimes), ogni tanto (sometimes), a volte (sometimes), raramente (rarely), and mai (never).


You’re going to see a few examples with these Italian adverbs of frequency, and you will see that you will soon be able to use them in your sentences.


Remember that the most important thing is to practice them. So, take some time to watch the video as many times as you need, and then have fun with the game below.


Are you ready now? Then take your calendar out, watch the video and get ready to talk about your habits in Italian.






Here you have a few cards with some actions on them. You will see that the verbs are in the infinitive.

Form sentences by conjugating those verbs and by using the adverb of frequency that best represents your life and habits.

Have fun! 🙂


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.