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:
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
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