Some verbs like volerci, farcela, andarsene or cavarsela are called pronoun verbs, which denote the verbs composed by a verb and one or more pronouns. Pronouns are necessary to modify the meaning of these verbs and frequently end up making them idiomatic expressions. In this lesson we are going to show you the most common expressions with pronoun verbs.Read More
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10 Interesting Facts about Galileo Galilei: the greatest Italian scientist of all time!
In this article we’re going to talk about one of most famous Italian scientists of all time, known all around the world as the father of modern science: Galileo Galilei. Mind you, I’m not going to talk about his life because you probably already know that (or at least you can google it). I want to tell you some fun facts about him, something that maybe you don’t know yet and that might surprise you.Read More
CI vs NE: the Particles of the Italian Languange!
CI or NE? This is quite a dilemma for foreigners studying Italian! What are these two particles for? What do they express? How are they used? How do I know when I should use one or the other? You are about to find out in this article! And I will try to make the explanation clear and short. Let’s go!Read More
Test on the IRREGULAR PAST PARTICIPLES in Italian!
There are many past participles in Italian that are completely strange and irregular, confusing both foreigners and Italians. Aaah! Oggi il sole splende come non ha mai… Spleso? Splenduto? Splento? What did I tell you? Stay there because at the end of the article I will give you the answer to this doubt that grip even Italians. Because unfortunately these are very common verbs which you need to use frequently. But every time you have to conjugate them in the past participle, you always tend to stop because you’re never sure. But first…we are going to do a nice test together, right on the strangest and most irregular past participles of the Italian language! Let’s start!Read More
All the WAYS to Say “LAZY” in Italian: Let’s Learn How to Speak like a Native!
In the Italian language, the expression “essere pigro” is the first one that comes to mind to denote laziness. Nevertheless, there are several alternatives to it that I will show you in this article. Are you ready to identify them together?Read More