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).
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.
After our post about the Italian phrases to use in a restaurant, today we are going to teach you some Italian words for food that you can use in Italy. Remember that if you want to practise Italian with a native Italian teacher, you can receive private Italian lessons at home in London or Italian lessons by Skype.
As you may know, the most popular sport in Italy is football (il calcio), but in Italy there are many other sports. So, if you want to learn new Italian words and improve your Italian level, have a look at our list of Italian sports below.
This list will help you to speak Italian more fluently. Remember to practice Italian every day, try to memorise these new words and don’t forget to use them during your conversations. If you want to learn Italian with us, you can also visit our YouTube Channel where you will find many videos regarding Italian grammar and vocabulary.
If you are studying Italian, it is very important that you learn the definite articles in order to speak Italian properly. Remember that the English definite article is always “the”, but in Italian articles can change depending on the words they accompany.
- Italian definite articles that accompany masculine words: