In today’s article we are going to see a very common idiom in Italy which originates from the footballing universe: “salvarsi in calcio d’angolo” or, in English, “corner“.
Today we have made for you an article about a product we Italians love very much: “pasta”, a true delight! We Italians like it so much that we don’t only cook it by enriching with a lot of ingredients, but we also put a lot of effort in creating a plethora of ingredients, so much that every region has its own favorite shape of pasta. For this reason we are going to see the most famous types of pasta!
Welcome to a new lesson of LearnAmo! As most of you know, In Italian there are some words that have two different plurals which, however, are not synonyms! In fact, in most cases, the two plurals tend to have a different use and meaning. Today we are going to see some of these words with double plural and we will try to explain the differences. Let’s get it started!
By popular demand, in today’s article we are going to talk about the best 5 Italian movies you have to absolutely watch, according to the informal and subjective opinion of Graziana. Let’s get it started!
In today’s article we are dealing with a matter that creates many doubts among Italians: how to write the name, in Italian, of the famous beverage, whose name, in English, is tea. Which one is the correct form? Is it written te, without the accent ore tè, with the accent? Maybe it’s written te’, with the apostrophe. Perhaps we should place a H in the middle, so it would be the. Or still both with the accent and the H, namely: thé. It’s time to find out!