The difference between buono, bello, bravo, bene

Thu, 09/16/2021 - 02:25
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When you just start learning a new language, you can be easily intimidated by the number of rules that you need to keep in mind. Speaking about the Italian language, most beginners are scared by such things as “congiuntivo” or the verb-object agreement, but don’t always pay too much attention to the correct use of much simpler things in conversation. One of such “riddles” in Italian is the tricky quartet “buono - bello- bravo – bene”. These four words often seem too similar to ea

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