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).
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.
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.
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.
Today we’ll be learning about verbs andare vs venire. While andare equals the English verb “to go”, venire would be the Italian translation for “to come”. However, there are subtle details that help keep the usage of Italian verbs as very peculiar.
Today we will learn about the Italian direct and indirect pronouns. Accordingly, when we need to substitute certain nouns -to avoid using them too repeatedly in a phrase or group of phrases-we rely on pronouns. This is possible when the noun we are swapping for a pronoun is quite understood.
Today we will give you some tips to learn Italian by yourself. Self-learning is no fantasy: it can happen if you apply enough will, and discipline, and if you keep a mind open to make it better at all times. Some people are natural for languages, others are fortunate enough to go abroad fairly frequently: in any case, these tips are helpful for everyone.
Practice makes perfect, they say; however, while we’re learning, we may run into Italian mistakes we may be even unaware of. If we are singling out some of the most common mistakes or errors (there’s a difference), it means we can measure their occurrence by the lot.