In the following lesson we are going to see a series of alternatives to the word “bello/a” (nice/cool) that is used a lot by both Italians and foreigners to express enthusiasm or joy when we are told something interesting, so much that is redundant. Stay with us to improve your vocabulary with these valid alternatives!
The particle ci in Italian always cause troubles to foreign students, especially when it interacts with idioms! Therefore, in the following lesson we are going to explain the meaning and how to use the Italian idioms including CI!
Writing well means creating clear and well-articulated clauses, in order to convey the message properly and unequivocally. Therefore it’s good to know the rules that are the basis of the formation of the period, namely the complex sentence formed by two or more simple clauses (or “proposizione”). Thus, in the following lesson we are going to see together how to analyze a clause. At the end of the video related to this topic, you can test yourselves with some sentences to analyze.
In this lesson we will address the famous “set or idiomatic phrases”: some love them, others hate them, but everyone knows them! The set phrases are those fixed phrases that never change and that we hear so much that are almost trivial. But it is essential to know them in order to have a natural and fluent conversation!
In the following lesson, we are going to deal with a topic that’s very confusing for foreign students (and some Italians too), namely SI impersonale, since it has rather complex and particular formation rules.