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!
Italians are, traditionally, deeply connected to their roots and family is one of the most important values. In today’s lesson we are going to describe you an example of family tree, so that you will learn new terms related to the family and then you will be able to talk about yours in Italian!
In this lesson, we’ll see together the vocabulary of fruits and vegetables in Italian that may be useful when you go to the greengrocer. In addition, we will also see some idioms that are related to this topic.
In the following lesson we are going to study the Italian vocabulary of human body, by learning the terms that are related to body parts, including the organs, in order to be always ready for nearly every situations (such as the medical emergencies). We are going to to see some Italian idiomatic expressions that are related to the human body!
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!