How to use Italian if clauses with examples and exercises

italian if clauses

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

How to use and conjugate the subjunctive in Italian

Italian subjunctive

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.

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8 famous Italian comics you need to read

famous Italian comicsToday we’ll be discovering some famous Italian comics. Also called Italian fumetti (fumetto is the translation for comic strip), they are powerful means to learn this language, as they “stand still” when you want to catch new vocabulary (unlike movies and songs, which at times might need constant rewinding).

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Discover how to use CI and NE in Italian

ci and ne in Italian

Today we will find out about two very peculiar words, ci and ne in Italian. You may have heard of them in books and other printed materials, you may have found them in movies and TV programs, and you might by now have a slight clue of what this article will be about. Here we will be showing in detail how to use these very Italian particles.

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Do you know all the different types of Italian pizza?

.types of Italian pizza

Since the time to have dinner outdoors is coming along spring and summer, today we will talk about the different types of Italian pizza. As you know, at least in most Italian regions, pizza is the most likely meal for dinner. Using it as breakfast (like a dinner leftover) or even lunch tends to be out of the question.

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