In this lesson we will learn several ways to greet. You should know that Italians, unlike other languages, use the word “CIAO” both to greet someone when they meet, and to separate at the end of the meeting… This means that we translate “hello” and “goodbye”, “hola” and “adios”, or “salut” and “au revoir” in the exact same way: CIAO!
In this lesson we go back to talk about grammar, more precisely about very delicate subject that creates many problems, both to foreigners and Italians, that is, the use of conjunctions “finché”, “fin quando”, “fino a quando”, “fino a che”, “fintantoché” and “fino a”.
Smartphones are devices that are present in everybody’s lives and that are used a lot throughout the day. For this reason, we decided to show you several apps of different types (and most of them are free) that will help you a lot in learning Italian and more.
A common problem among foreign people studying Italian is the inability to understand perfectly what they’re told, even though they can read and write in a perfect Italian or they know the grammar. For this reason, in the this lesson, we are going to test your oral listening skills!
In this article we are not going to talk about Italian grammar or culture… we are going to talk about something really important, the tragic situation that’s afflicting our country and elsewhere: the spreading of the virus COVID-19.