Superlatives in the Italian language

| Thu, 09/30/2021 - 02:48
Superlatives in the Italian language

If you’ve ever witnessed two Italians discussing something, you may have noticed them using a lot of “-issimo” words in their conversation:

-È buona  la torta? 


The cake isn’t just good, it’s really good. Italians love to emphasize, and the superlatives, alongside with the gestures, make everything more Italian. In this article, we’re going to explain the difference between some types of superlatives and see how to use them correctly in a sent

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