<i>Vado in</i> and <i>vado a</i>: how to say <b><i>I go to</i> in Italian</b>

Vado in and vado a: how to say I go to in Italian

Do I have to say vado in Italia or vado a Italia? And which one is correct: vado in Roma or vado a Roma? That’s the dilemma when people come across the phrase I go to in Italian.

 

Italian prepositions can cause a big question mark, especially at the beginning. Especially because they rarely depend on rules.

 

Luckily for everybody, there are a few exceptions. The first and the most evident one, when we begin to learn Italian, is in the phrase I go to when we refer it to a place.

 

In Italian, you have a couple of options for this phrase. You can say:

 

Vado in…

 

and

 

Vado a…

 

How do you exactly know when to say vado in… and vado a…?

 

This video lesson will show you how to properly use the prepositions IN and A with the phrase I go to in Italian.

 

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

 

VADO IN AND VADO A: HOW TO SAY I GO TO IN ITALIAN

 

 

LET’S PLAY

 

 

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Gloria Spagnoli
Gloria Spagnoli
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