25 Italian idiomatic expressions with the verb “FARE” that you DON’T know

In this lesson we are going to talk about a topic which is really useful to improve your Italian, especially  your speaking skills. In fact, as you are well aware, one of the the most common verbs of the Italian language is the verb “fare”. It is also part of many fixed expressions that do not allow variations and  can often have nonliteral meanings, thereby creating a bit of confusion for non-native Italian speakers.


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Stop saying “CIRCA” in Italian: learn all the alternatives and speak Italian flawlessly!

How many of you know the word “circa”? I bet almost everyone. In fact, “circa” is a widespread word in many European languages and it derives directly from the Latin word “circa”, which literally means “about”, “approximately”. However, precisely because it is so common, using it too often can make you become banal and repetitive. Therefore, in this article I want to show you every alternative you can use to replace the word “circa”.

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