Palermo Flooding Kills 12 People (Sicily, Video + Photos) – Pray for Sicily

I cannot believe this really happened. My mum has been telling me: “The weather is crazy!”, “It hasn’t stopped raining!” and I was like “Why is she so upset about it? It’s just rain! Rain has never killed anyone”. I was wrong. I didn’t realize how many damages the rain was causing. The Thunderstorms SicilyContinue reading “Palermo Flooding Kills 12 People (Sicily, Video + Photos) – Pray for Sicily”

Present Tense of Verbs Ending in -are in Italian – Presente dei Verbi che Terminano in -are

The majority of verbs in Italian end in -are, like parlare (“to speak”). They are said to belong to the first conjugation. (There are also verbs that end in -ere and -ire. These belong to the second and third conjugations respectively). To conjugate a verb in Italian, you need to remove the -are, -ere, -ireContinue reading “Present Tense of Verbs Ending in -are in Italian – Presente dei Verbi che Terminano in -are”

Saying your nationality and what languages you speak

In the previous article I explained you how to introduce people in Italian. After you introduce yourself or somebody else it would be good if you could say something more about yourself, like saying what your nationality is or what languages you speak. Read the article to learn how to do that 🙂 Saying yourContinue reading “Saying your nationality and what languages you speak”

Saying your nationality and what languages you speak in Italian

In the previous article I explained you how to introduce people in Italian. After you introduce yourself or somebody else it would be good if you could say something more about yourself, like saying where you come from or what languages you speak. Read the article to learn how to do that 🙂 Saying whereContinue reading “Saying your nationality and what languages you speak in Italian”

Introduce people in Italian

 “L’abito non fa il monaco” Italian proverb This means literally “the habit does not make the monk” which means the it is not possible to judge things by external appearances alone; similar to the English idiom you can’t judge a book by its cover. But let’s be honest. We always “judge” or get an ideaContinue reading “Introduce people in Italian”