Italian vocabulary: to get dressed. All the words you need to know.

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.”

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”

Talking about your daily routine in Italian

One of the first thing you might learn when learning a new language is talking about yourself. In this article I will introduce you to the most important and used expressions that you need when talking about your daily routine in Italian. 🙂 We have already seen how to introduce people in Italian and how toContinue reading “Talking about your daily routine in Italian”

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 (“to 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”

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””