Italian phrases and tips for shopping in Italy

Italy: the capital of shopping!! I think you need these phrases 🙂 ♦♦♦ You can buy my book here. I hope you enjoy it! 🙂 Did you like this article? Leave a comment and share it 🙂 Ti é piaciuto questo articolo? Lascia un commento e condividilo 🙂 Like my page on Facebook to beContinue reading “Italian phrases and tips for shopping in Italy”

3 Simple Steps to Create a Brilliant Learning Study Plan

BY IRENE SANCIMINO – 29/10/2018 As humans, we spend our whole lives learning something new. A hobby, a new language, to play a musical instrument… but do you have a learning study plan? “A goal without a plan is just a wish.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Are you trying to learn a new language? OrContinue reading “3 Simple Steps to Create a Brilliant Learning Study Plan”

Saying of the day – I know my chickens

♦♦♦ You can buy my book here. I hope you enjoy it! 🙂 Did you like this article? Leave a comment and share it 🙂 Ti é piaciuto questo articolo? Lascia un commento e condividilo 🙂 Like my page on Facebook to be always updated! For private lessons, queries or any info, just contact me!Continue reading “Saying of the day – I know my chickens”

How to learn Italian: the best approach

Stop and think about yourself, travelling among the beauties of Italy and, after all that study, talking in Italian with the locals. Too difficult? Well, not really, if you find the right approach to learn Italian. What is the best approach to learn Italian? As probably many of the European languages, especially Latin ones, ItalianContinue reading “How to learn Italian: the best approach”

Learn Italian: the best approach

Stop and think about yourself, travelling among the beauties of Italy and, after all that study, talking in Italian with the locals. Too difficult? Well, not really, if you find the right approach to learn Italian. What is the best approach to learn Italian? As probably many of the European languages, especially Latin ones, ItalianContinue reading “Learn Italian: the best approach”

Past tense in Italian – “L’imperfetto”

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 apriva abitavamo avevamo aprivamo abitavate avevate aprivate abitavano avevano aprivano   And some irregular’s: essere (to be), fare (to do), dire (to say), bere (to drink), porre (toContinue reading “Past tense in Italian – “L’imperfetto””