Stop saying PERCHÉ in Italian: Learn all ALTERNATIVES and SYNONYMS to say WHY in Italian

We’re back with another video in the “Smettila di dire…” series, and this time we’re going to talk about the little word “because”, one of those words that, when you wonder how to replace them, seem to have few alternatives. Actually, as we’ll see, it’s always possible to say things in many different ways, and this word is no exception either. In this video I’ll show you the alternatives to “because” in all its different uses, obviously giving lots of examples.

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“I HATE ITALY!”: A Foreigner Talks about her NEGATIVE EXPERIENCES in Italy

In this video, we interviewed Marta Tardáguila Del Castillo, who has been living in Italy for a long time. We asked her about her negative experiences in Italy and what she thinks could be improved. Her answers were very interesting!

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The 12 WEIRDEST Idiomatic Expressions in ITALIAN

How many times did you not understand Italian even if you have a very good knowledge of the language? This might have happened because of some weird idiomatic expressions! That’s why, in this article, I’ll teach you 12 of the weirdest Italian idioms, and their explanation (when it’s known).

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3 DELICIOUS Italian RECIPES to REDUCE FOOD WASTE (ready in 15 minutes)

I wanted to prepare some traditional Italian dishes and I had an idea: Learnamo is environmentally friendly and passionate about minimising all type of waste, especially food waste, so I thought I could teach you 3 Italian delicious and ZERO-WASTE recipes that you can easily do at home, in a short time and at a low cost! The three recipes I’m talking about are spaghetti all’assassinarisotto al limoncello and focaccia di pane! These are Italian recipes, so it goes without saying that they are rich in tasty carbs!

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How and When are CI and VI used in Italian? Learn all their MEANINGS and USES!

In this video we will deal with two little words that, surely, at least once have created many doubts during your study of Italian. I am referring to CI and VI, which have different meanings and uses. In particular, there is one case on which we will focus more, namely their use as ADVERBS OF PLACE, such as ci sono delle novità” o “vi sono delle novità”.

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