Qualche, qualsiasi, qualunque, ogni… Even if these Italian words have rather different meanings, they have something in common: they all refer to an indefinite number of things or people, but they are always followed by singular nouns.
How many times have you said “sono stanca” or “sono stanco”? If you often use this expression, the risk is to seem banal and monotonous. So, in this lesson we want to show you some alternatives that will enrich your vocabulary and help you look more natural when you speak Italian.
In this lesson we are going to talk about all the alternatives to the 2 most common words in Italian, which are used everyday ad nauseam: “sì“(yes) and “no“(no). We are sure that you also use them very often, but with the options that we are giving you, we promise you that you’ll stop doing it and you’ll start being more relaxed and natural with your Italian.
Have you ever noticed that in Italy people often speak in different ways depending on which region and city they come from? Have you ever wondered if it exists, actually, a “pure” Italian? In this article we are going to talk about the different Italian dialects, so the regional languages spoken in the several Italian territories, from North to South.
In this lesson we are going to explain in detail when you must use the word “ECCO” and especially how to use it in the correct way! It is often misused by most of the foreign students learning Italian, but you just have to understand its role and its purpose: with this, it will be a piece of cake!