As you may have already noticed, in Italian there are some verbs that you can use both with the verb avere (to have) with the verb essere (to be). But why? And can the two auxiliaries be used without distinction? Let’s find out together!
As a famous song says, “sorry” seems to be the hardest word. But, without detracting from Elton John, isn’t it also a little bit trivial? To avoid this risk, today we will see many alternatives to apologize!
You know, life is not only work and study. This is why we took a little vacation and took a trip to one of the most famous cities in Italy: Milan!
Discover with us what to absolutely see in this beautiful city…
Who doesn’t like dried fruit and wild berries? The problem is that many foreign and Italian students have many difficulties with the names of these types of fruit! This is why in today’s video we decided to do a little vocabulary test on the subject!