How many times have you heard (or even said it yourself) “non mi piace” (I don’t like it)? If your answer is “many times”, don’t worry, you’re not the only one. Actually, it happens to us too, we hear and say it way too many times, and frankly, I’m a bit tired of it. But no worries: this article will teach you all you need to know to stop saying “non mi piace” and to replace it with many good alternatives.
How many times have you heard the expressions “per esempio” or “ad esempio”? Let me guess: many many times? Yes, us too. And that’s why today we’ll talk about 10 possible alternatives for these two expressions that you can use when you want to make some examples.
In this article, we’ll talk about the words “migliore” and “meglio”, which are very often used in Italian. I’m sure that you’ve asked yourself, at least once, what’s the difference between these two terms and in which situations we have to use one instead of the other. LearnAmo is here to help you clear up any doubt.
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.
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!