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Today we will learn more about Italian ERE verbs. As you may know, in Italian verbs are grouped according to their ending and the classification goes from verbs ending in -are (amare), -ere (vedere) and -ire (aprire).
Are you coffee lovers? Today we want to show you a list of Italian coffee types so that you can get to know their names and characteristics.
Today we will talk about some Italian comedies you need to watch not only for the sake of historical importance but because they are hilarious.
Learning how to say thank you in Italian is among the first things we study when we are learning Italian.
If you want to visit Italy and learn some of the most common Italian words, this article is for you. We have prepared a list of the most used Italian words so that you can talk with local people once you are there.
If you are into weddings, and then into Italian wedding traditions, this article is for you as today we will be learning about it.
Today, we will go over some Italian Renaissance painters that we think you should be acquainted with.
Today we will learn how to use Italian if clauses. Since Italian belongs to the Romance or Neolatin family of languages, it features quite a complex verbal system. Therefore, unlike other languages, we can know who the verb’s action doer is, in what tense the action is being done, and in which mode without resorting to placing an express subject in the sentence. Continue reading
Today we will learn the Italian subjunctive, most especially its present tense. As you know, it is one of the most mysterious verbal modes from the Romance languages, particularly Italian. But if we start using it in a practical manner, its mysteriousness just fades away.