After watching our lesson about the morphology of Indicative present simple (suffixes, roots, irregular verbs, ecc… ) you probably wondered… and now how and when should I use it? Well… with this lesson everything will be clear!
Have you ever gone to the sea in Italy? There are a lot of wonderful beaches here, so we thought it might be a good idea to give you some useful expressions to use when you go to the sea in Italy! Enjoy! 😆
Today we will see not one, not two but three expressions that those who study Italian should know: MENO MALE – NIENTE MALE – NON C’È MALE… What’s their meaning? Learn it with this video-lesson! 😉
Centrare or C’entrare? Mmm… This sounds like a difficult choice to make, doesn’t it? If you want to know the meaning of these two verbs and how they’re used, don’t miss this amazing video-lesson! There’s also a bonus: the expression “avere qualcosa a che fare con”.
Has “essere al verde” ever happened to you? Has your bank account ever been “in rosso”? Unfortunately, both these things happened to us… Well, you know how it is… there’s the crisis. Anyway, if you want to learn more about these two Italian expressions, don’t miss our video! 😆