In this video-lesson we will talk about a topic that’s very, very close to the hearts of Italians. As you know, food is an important part of our culture, and exactly because we are “the homeland of good cooking” we care a lot about our culinary traditions, that however can’t be followed by everyone. In this lesson i will tell you about 10 dreadful unaccettable mistakes that many foreigners (and not just them) make when they try to cook Italian dishes.
In this video we’ll be talking about a very interesting topic, which i’m sure will interest many of you: I’ll tell you all you need to know about coffee and show you the difference between the several types of coffee you can find in Italy: espresso, cappuccino, marocchino, espressino, macchiato, corto, lungo, ristretto and so on!
In this lesson we are going to talk about a topic often considered tricky by those who are learning Italian. In fact, we are going to talk about the countless expressions with the particle NE Italians use daily. I’m going to present them to you always alongside their definitions and some examples, in order to be as clear as possible.
In this lesson we want to talk about three widely used words that can often create a bit of confusion for those who are learning Italian: PRONTO, RAPIDO and PRESTO. These three terms have, in fact, similar meanings and, sometimes, they can be used in the same contexts. However, you must be very careful because they are not actually interchangeable and require completely different structures.
Has anyone said “forse” (maybe)? Or maybe i just imagined it? Yet i really think i heard it… Bah, maybe I’m getting crazy. In this lesson we will talk about a very common word, that everyone uses, maybe even a bit too often. Maybe you have already guessed it. Or maybe not. Did you get it? That’s right, i’m talking about FORSE! So without further ado, let’s start right away: i have a lot of interesting alternatives to show you!