Italian Conversation By Collins – Review

Hello everyone, Today I want to talk about Easy Learning Italian Conversation (Collins Easy Learning Italian). I initially bought it for my boyfriend who’s trying to learn Italian but I know use it too for some of my Italian lessons. It starts with an introduction and some advice on how to read/use the manual. It’sContinue reading “Italian Conversation By Collins – Review”

Funny Italians #4: Avere un chiodo fisso in testa!

Welcome to the new section of my blog called “Funny Italians”! As per title I will share with you the funniest Italian expressions that totally differ from the English ones. I hope you will enjoy it! 🙂   Did you like this article? Leave a comment and share it 🙂 Ti é piaciuto questo articolo?Continue reading “Funny Italians #4: Avere un chiodo fisso in testa!”

Italian nouns: gender and number

In Italian every noun has a gender (masculine or feminine) and a number (singular or plural). Almost every Italian noun ends with a vowel except some nouns, which come from other languages, and can finish with a consonant. Usually: Nouns ending in -o are masculine (m.): prosciutto (ham), ragazzo (boy), armadio (wardrobe), treno (train), tavoloContinue reading “Italian nouns: gender and number”

Spaghetti bolognese

One of the most famous Italian recipes (even though people from Bologna keep saying they don’t call it like this, whatever! 😀 ) If you want to know my recipe of spaghetti bolognese, keep reading 🙂 Ingredients to make spaghetti bolognese: 500g beef mince meat; 250g pork mince meat; 250g tomato passata; 50g celery; 50gContinue reading “Spaghetti bolognese”

COVID-19 in Italy: "Io resto a casa" and "andrà tutto bene"

Subscribe to my Newsletter! Subscribe to receive learning materials, curiosities, offers and much more! ⬇️⬇️⬇️ COVID-19 in Italy has been killing thousands of people. And in the rest of the world too. God help us. God help us all. Anyone could have ever imagined we would have live this nightmare in 2020. All of us.Continue reading “COVID-19 in Italy: "Io resto a casa" and "andrà tutto bene"”