12 Italian EXPRESSIONS With The PREPOSITION “DI”!

As you might have already figured out from the title of this article, today we will be talking about the most common Italian expressions with the preposition “DI”. Here, you can find expressions that are extremely useful in everyday language, as well as their meaning (or meanings) and some examples – learning them will make your Italian sound even more natural, and you will get closer and closer to talking like a native speaker!

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11 Italian MONEY-related EXPRESSIONS!

Learning a new language goes far beyond grammar rules, because languages actually create contacts between us and different cultures, including customs and traditions. This is why you shouldn’t stop at learning the “theoretical” aspects of languages, but rather try getting closer and closer to the actual spoken language – don’t worry, we will help you get there. In this article, for instance, you can find 11 expressions that us native speakers use on a daily basis, and that are related to money. Of course, each and every one of them has its own explanation and a few examples (both in Italian and English)… you just have to learn them!

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Idiomatic expressions with COLOURS in Italian: How many do you know?

Cesare Pavese said “Every new morning, I’ll go out on the streets looking for colours.” In fact, colours are good for your life, they cheer it up and fill it. Everyone can notice the benefits of taking a walk in the green nature. There are many ways to add more colour to your daily life through little things, such as clothes, lipstick, flowers, etc. What if their positive power concerned your tongue too? If you could paint reality just by speaking? In Italian there are many idiomatic expressions related to colour!

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