FAMILY vocabulary in Italian: learn how to talk about your genealogy!

Italians are, traditionally, deeply connected to their roots and family is one of the most important values. In today’s lesson we are going to describe you an example of family tree, so that you will learn new terms related to the family and then you will be able to talk about yours in Italian!

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Idiomatic expressions with COLOURS in Italian: How many do you know?

Cesare Pavese said “Every new morning, I’ll go out on the streets looking for colours.” In fact, colours are good for your life, they cheer it up and fill it. Everyone can notice the benefits of taking a walk in the green nature. There are many ways to add more colour to your daily life through little things, such as clothes, lipstick, flowers, etc. What if their positive power concerned your tongue too? If you could paint reality just by speaking? In Italian there are many idiomatic expressions related to colour!

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IMPERFETTO vs PASSATO PROSSIMO: When are they used? What are the differences?

Imperfetto and passato prossimo are among the first tenses to be studied when studying Italian, along with the present tense verb. Therefore, they may seem beginner topics but, actually, their use can create some difficulties even for the most experienced students, because of their differences which can sometimes be very subtle. For this reason, in the following lesson, we are going to see how to use these two tenses properly and their differences. In addition, in the video related to this article, you’ll find a useful exercise to verify what you’ll learn!

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How to Make EGGPLANT PARMESAN (parmigiana di melanzane): recipe – Italian Cuisine

In the following article we’re going to deal with Italian cuisine once again! In fact, we are going to know the preparation and the history (including some interesting facts) of one of the most beloved dishes in Italy: the parmigiana di melanzane (aubergine parmigiana)!

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