The interrogative pronouns in Italian

Interrogative pronouns in Italian

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? Whom? Che? What? Cosa? What? Che cosa? What? Quale? Which? Which one? Quanto? How much? Quanti? How many? Chi, che, […]

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Italian Adverbs in -mente

Italian adverbs in -mente italian with irene

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: extremely quick, very quickly. How adverbs […]

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Preposizioni articolate in Italiano

preposizioni articolate in italiano prepositions italian

Today’s article is about… *drum roll* le preposizioni semplici 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 😉 ). But if you keep reading I will make sure that the preposizioni articolate won’t be a problem […]

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Preposizioni Semplici in Italiano

Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! Some of you has been texting and emailing me about the Italian Preposizioni Semplici, so that’s what we are going to focus on today! 🙂 What are the prepositions? Prepositions are words put in front of nouns, adjectives, pronouns, adverbs and infinitive verbs to connect them in different ways. Example: Il cellulare […]

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