UN, UNO, UNA and UN’: how to use the Italian indefinite articles

UN, UNO, UNA and UN’: how to use the Italian indefinite articles

I’m about to show you something: this is your face when you first find out about Italian indefinite articles:

 

Italian Indefinite Articles

 

Ok, I was just joking. Or maybe not. 😉

 

English and Italian seem to have nothing in common when it comes to indefinite articles.

 

Let me show you some examples:

 

AN elephant – UN elefante

A mirror- UNO specchio

A doll – UNA bambola

AN orange – UN’arancia

 

So, it’s two versus four, right? 😉

 

What is the difference between them?

 

This video lesson will show you how to use these articles with the correct words.

 

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

 

UN, UNO, UNA AND UN’: HOW TO USE THE ITALIAN INDEFINITE ARTICLES

 

LET’S PLAY

 

I’m pretty sure you’re already familiar with this game. No explanation is needed.

 

So, go and catch the right answer before they catch you 😉

 

 

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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.