COLLECTIVE NOUNS in Italian: What are they? How many are there? How should you use them?

In this lesson, we are going to explain a topic of the Italian grammar that is very important, and that will help you expand your vocabulary and use a specific type of nouns in the correct way: we are talking about collective nouns. Let’s get started!

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Stop saying DAVVERO in Italian: learn all its ALTERNATIVES and how to use them!

In this lesson, we will explain how to use the word “davvero” that you certainly have used or have heard countless times! Indeed, it is a very flexible word that can be easily adapted to many different situations and that can appear in affirmative sentences, exclamatory sentences, and questions. But don’t worry! In this lesson, we will teach you a lot of alternatives that will allow you to not always use the word “davvero”. Are you ready? Let’s get started!


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The ITALIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM: structure and separation of powers in the Italian State

In this lesson, we will talk about a very interesting topic that is an important part of Italian history and culture and that those who are studying the Italian language should know at least a little bit about it. We will explain in broad outlines how the Italian political system works, without boring you too much (although it won’t be easy!). Are you ready? Let’s get started!

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Italian FORMAL and INFORMAL expressions: how to change register in the Italian language

In this lesson, we want to talk about a topic that is very important for those who want to improve their Italian and learn how to use words correctly in different situations and contexts. Specifically, we will look at some informal expressions and their formal versions, using a lot of examples that will help you understand and memorize them. Are you ready? Let’s get started!

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RENDERE vs FARE: how to use them correctly in Italian without getting confused!

In this lesson, we will talk about rendere and fare: two widely used Italian verbs that, in some contexts, might have the same meaning, and create problems for those who are studying Italian but do not worry! We assure you that at the end of this lesson, you will no longer have any doubts about the use of these two verbs!


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