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”

Combined pronouns: everything you need to know

Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! Today we are going to talk about combined pronouns as a lot of you have asked me πŸ™‚ I know this is not an easy topic at all, but I will try to be as clear as I can and give you examples to make your learningContinue reading “Combined pronouns: everything you need to know”

Preposizioni articolate in Italiano

Today’s article is about… *drum roll* le preposizioni articolate in Italian! I know that some of you will close this article straight away as prepositions are not easy at all in any language (I am still struggling with the English prepositions πŸ˜‰ ). But if you keep reading I will make sure that the preposizioniContinue reading “Preposizioni articolate in Italiano”

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 (β€œto 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”