Avere o avercela?

Bentornati studenti, siete pronti per una nuova lezione? Molti di voi mi hanno chiesto la differenza tra il verbo avere e avercela. Se siete capitati in questo post, molto probabilmente è perché anche voi volete sapere qual è la differenza tra questi due verbi che, apparentemente sembrano molto simili, ma che in realtà hanno dueContinue reading “Avere o avercela?”

Italian Adverbs in -mente

Welcome to today’s lesson about italian adverbs in -mente! Let’s start by a question: What is an adverb? An adverb is a word used with verbs to give information on where, when or how an action takes place. For example: here, today, quickly.  An adverb can also add information to adjectives and other adverbs: extremelyContinue reading “Italian Adverbs in -mente”

Italian verbs ending in -ere – Present Tense

Hello everyone and welcome to another Italian lesson! Today we are going to talk about the Italian verbs ending in -ere. As you already should know there are three different types of verbs in Italian: Verbs that have infinitive ending in -are; Verbs that have infinitive ending in -ere; Verbs that have infinitive ending inContinue reading “Italian verbs ending in -ere – Present Tense”

100+ Italian words and phrases: calendar

If you are learning Italian and you are a beginner, you will find useful the tables below: Italian vocabulary and phrases: calendar. Subscribe to my Newsletter! 🙂 Subscribe to receive learning materials, curiosities, offers and much more. Join the community, now! Stagioni – Seasons Primavera Spring Estate Summer Autunno Autumn Inverno Winter Mesi – MonthsContinue reading “100+ Italian words and phrases: calendar”

Italian vocabulary and phrases: animals

If you are learning Italian and you are a beginner, you will find useful the tables below: Italian vocabulary and phrases: “animals“. Subscribe to my Newsletter! 🙂 Subscribe to receive learning materials, curiosities, offers and much more. Join the community, now! Animals in Italian Agnello Lamb Asino Donkey Balena Whale Bue Ox Cagna Dog (female)Continue reading “Italian vocabulary and phrases: animals”

Talking about your body in Italian (1)

Hello everyone! Today’s Italian lesson is about body parts in Italian. This first article will be focused on face parts in Italian, the next one will be about body parts. Eyes, nose, hair, ears etc. How do you say all these words in Italian? Here is a nice vocabulary that can help your learning andContinue reading “Talking about your body in Italian (1)”