Let’s start with some regular verbs: abitare (to live), avere (to have) and aprire (to open). abit-are av-ere apr-ire abitavo avevo aprivo abitavi avevi aprivi abitava aveva… Read more “Past tense in Italian – “L’imperfetto””
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,… Read more “Italian nouns: gender and number”
You can find the article “Italian greetings” here.
How many times do we need to ask or answer the question: “What time is it?”. Keep reading to know how to do it to avoid to… Read more “What time is it? – Che ore sono?”
Prima Pensa, Poi Parla, Perché Parole Poco Pensate Portano Pena. Lit. “Think first, then speak. Because little-thought words bring pain”. This saying is known as la regola… Read more “Saying of the day – Il proverbio del giorno”
Buon tempo e mal tempo non dura tutto il tempo Lit. “Good times and bad times don’t last all the time” What does it mean? Happiness and… Read more “Saying of the day – Il proverbio del giorno”