The most Common Words of Italian RAP: between Slang and Anglicisms!

This video is going to talk about RAP! In particular, we will see all the most common words that belong to the specialized vocabulary of Italian rap. I hope you keep watching the video even if you’re not big fans of rap! Because you always learn something new! You could always brag to the younger ones you know: nephews, little brothers, little sisters, little cousins and so on!

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5 Mistakes Foreigners make with Italian “SI” Impersonale

First of all: thank you very much! From your comments and views, it looks like you love the series of videos about the 5 most common mistakes foreigners make concerning a specific topic: the subjunctive, the word QUALCOSA, the verb TRATTARSI DI…This video follows the same series, so get ready for the 5 most common mistakes foreigners make about a pretty feared topic: the SI Impersonale!

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10 Expressions that Native Italian Speakers Use ALL THE TIME

What’s your biggest dream? Maybe to buy a house, to become famous or to meet your soulmate, to have more friends…And that’s okay, of course! But if your answer is “to sound like a native Italian speaker”, this is the right video for you! In fact, I will show you some really common expressions in everyday language, mostly used among young people! You’ll find interlayers and exclamations used in informal contexts to express surprise, indignation, bewilderment and other feelings.

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Dialogue between 2 ITALIAN Girls in a SHOE STORE: Words and Expressions

You need to buy a pair of shoes in Italy but you want to be prepared before crossing the store threshold? Or maybe you’re just curious and happy to expand your Italian vocabulary. In any case, this article is what you’re looking for! Keep reading to discover the vastness of the Italian vocabulary of shoes. That is, all the right words and expressions to use in a shoe store in Italy, as well as in any other context. Well, then… let’s go!

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History of the House of Savoy: the Italian Royal Family

In this article we will talk about a very important moment in the history of Italy. Everyone knows that Italy is a Republic, but it has not always been like that! In fact, Italy became a Republic in 1946, after a popular referendum. Before this year, Italy was a monarchy, therefore ruled by a king, that was Vittorio Emanuele II di Savoia. When Italy officially became a united country on the 17th of March 1861, it was called the Kingdom of Italy. In this lesson, we will talk about the Italian Royal House of Savoy!

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