Italian Lessons

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by porticando | Wed, 01/26/2022 - 14:01
Many of you have certainly experienced more than once that it is rather difficult to be entirely fluent in a foreign language. And even after years and years…
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by porticando | Sat, 01/22/2022 - 01:07
The arrival of a new year is the best time to leave behind something that’s been dragging you down and start anew. Making New Year’s resolutions on the 1st of…
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by porticando | Wed, 01/05/2022 - 04:30
In one of our previous articles, we got to know Il Passato Prossimo, the past tense which expresses events and states related to the near past. The Perfect…
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by porticando | Tue, 12/28/2021 - 00:35
As you probably caught with our previous articles, most verbs in Italian follow precise conjugation rules, but, as in any other language, there are some verbs…
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by porticando | Wed, 12/15/2021 - 11:54
We use past tenses to express actions, events or states related to the past. In the Italian language there are four main past tenses: Il passato prossimo (The…
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by porticando | Wed, 10/27/2021 - 09:56
Every language of the world reflects the character of the people speaking it, and Italian is no exception. A lot of learners fall in love with the sound of the…
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by porticando | Fri, 09/03/2021 - 04:56
As we have already seen, direct object pronouns in Italian substitute direct objects (the “sufferer” of the action) in the sentence while indirect object…
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by porticando | Thu, 08/26/2021 - 04:20
In one of our previous articles, we got to know the direct object pronouns in Italian and learned how to use them correctly. As you may remember, direct object…
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by porticando | Thu, 08/12/2021 - 18:43
Are you living in Italy and are tired of dealing with everyday stress and paperwork? Or are you just visiting Italy and having a cultural overload while…
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by porticando | Fri, 08/06/2021 - 04:52
Italian grammar can sometimes seem quite complicated to an English speaker, as there are a few grammar rules that are simply not applicable to your first…