The adverb “MANCO” in Italian: What does it mean? When is it used?

In this lesson, as you may have guessed from the title, I will talk about a very special word, which you may have heard spoken by some native Italian speakers, but which you will rarely have encountered in a written text. I’m talking about the word “manco“! In this video I will explain its meaning and I will show you the different contexts in which it can be used, giving you many examples, so that you can get a clear idea.

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What to see in TRANI, Puglia (Italy) – VLOG to discover the Pearl of South

In this video we are going to talk about one of the most beautiful, lively and interesting cities in Puglia: Trani. Probably, this name won’t tell tuou anything, but I’m sure as soon as you discover the beauty the city has to offer you, you won’t forget it easly. Are you ready? Let’s get started!

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REFLEXIVE and RECIPROCAL verbs in Italian: What are they? How are they used?

In this article we’re going to talk about a very important grammar topic that some of you may have had to deal with at least sometimes: I am talking about the Italian so-called “reflexive verbs“. For example: lavarsi, cambiarsi, salutarsi, aspettarsi… And so, do you know that there are differences between the several reflexive verbs? I will show you all of them and I will also give you many examples to show you how to use them properly.

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