Essere di moda (= to be fashion) seguire la moda ( = follow the current fashion); essere di moda / essere in voga ( = be in fashion); seguire la tendenza ( = follow trends); tornare di moda ( = come back in fashion); passare di moda ( =go out of fashion); fuori moda (Continue reading “Italian vocabulary: to get dressed. All the words you need to know.”
Serves 4 people Ingredients: For the meatballs: 1/2 lb ground beef 1/2 lb ground pork 1/2 lb ground veal 3 slices of Italian bread soaked in milk or water then squeezed dry 1/2 medium onion, finely chopped 2 tablespoons of parsley, finely minced 1 teaspoon of garlic powder 1/2 cup grated Pecorino-Romano cheese 2 eggsContinue reading “Spaghetti with meatballs”
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”
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Subscribe to my Newsletter! Subscribe to receive learning materials, curiosities, offers and much more! ⬇️⬇️⬇️ What is an interrogative pronoun? In English the interrogative pronouns are who…?, which…?, whose…?, whom…?, and what…?. They are used without a noun to ask questions. The interrogative pronouns in Italian These are the interrogative pronouns in Italian: Chi? Who?Continue reading “The interrogative pronouns in Italian”
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”