Italy is a very popular destination among foreign tourists: in particular, it’s beloved for amazing cities like Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan which are appreciated for their history and their art, thus for their museum, like the Uffizi Gallery or the Borghese Gallery that house exhibit extraordinary works. However today we’re not going to talk about those famous and renowned museums, but the weirdest and most bizarre ones, you should definitely visit at least once in your lifetime!
A common mistake among foreign students is about the incorrect use of plural forms of nouns and adjectives that are actually invariabili (invariable) like “cinemi” as plural of “cinema” or “viste mozziafiate” as plural of “vista mozzafiato”… Therefore, in the following lesson we are going to see those Italian nouns and adjectives that never change, that remain the same and keep the same form both in the singular and in the plural.
In the following video we are not going to deal with Italian grammar or culture. In fact, through a little quiz, we are going to learn the history of one of the most delicious and famous food of the Puglia Region: the focaccia. After that, we are going to see a practical recipe to make this delicious delicacy!
In the following lesson we are going to see a series of alternatives to the word “bello/a” (nice/cool) that is used a lot by both Italians and foreigners to express enthusiasm or joy when we are told something interesting, so much that is redundant. Stay with us to improve your vocabulary with these valid alternatives!
The particle ci in Italian always cause troubles to foreign students, especially when it interacts with idioms! Therefore, in the following lesson we are going to explain the meaning and how to use the Italian idioms including CI!