Italian Simple Present Indicative (conjugation, irregular verbs and modal verbs)

The simple present in Italian is without any doubts the most important tense in the Italian language… unfortunately though, it’s full of irregular verbs! Watch our video-lessons to learn all you need to know about it!

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How and When to Use Indicative Present Simple in Italian

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!

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Meno male vs Niente male vs Non c’è male – Meaning and Use

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!  😉

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C’ENTRARE or CENTRARE? Meaning and use in Italian

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”.

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