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Journey to Italy: Italian vocabulary for transport and travel

Journey to Italy: Italian vocabulary for transport and travel

Learning how to speak Italian can be an amazingly satisfying and fun experience, provided you approach this wonderful language with the appropriate self-motivation and in the most favourable environment (such as an Italian language course at our Italian language school in Rome ? ). Studying Italian in Italy with a full immersion in the Italian culture is always the best way to learn Italian language, especially if you consider…

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Reading activity: Cosa fare a Montepulciano in inverno

Reading activity: Cosa fare a Montepulciano in inverno

Un’attività di lettura e comprensione per i nostri studenti preparata dai colleghi della scuola ilsasso.com di Montepulciano. Buona lettura! Sostituisci le parole evidenziate con i sinonimi Comprare, pozione, grandissima, abitano, turisti, piccoli, opportunità, ferie, assistenti, camminare Livello a2/b1 Per fortuna, Montepulciano non è solo una città per l’estate, una di quelle località turistiche dove, alla fine di Ottobre, si chiude…

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Essere vs Stare: How to use

Essere vs Stare: How to use

Una domanda frequente degli studenti d’italiano è quando usare il verbo “essere” e quando usare il verbo “stare” . I due verbi sono verbi fondamentali della lingua italiana e sono molto utili per chi comincia a studiare italiano. Questi verbi sono molto usati nella conversazione, per esempio nella domanda “Come stai?” la risposta, naturalmente è “Sto bene” o ” Sto male“.…

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Nouns & Adjectives: what is masculine or feminine, singular or plural

Nouns & Adjectives: what is masculine or feminine, singular or plural

In Italian every noun has a gender and number. A noun is used for describing a person, an animal, a place or an object. The endings change in the plural with few exceptions. Italian nouns and adjectives can be masculine and feminine, singular and plural. They change the ending vowel according to their gender (feminine or masculine) and number (singular or plural).…

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All about doubles!Pronounce double consonants

All about doubles!Pronounce double consonants

Today it’s all about doubles! What if, instead of saying “Hi, how are you today? Your hair looks great!”, I say “Hi, how are you today?  Your hat looks great!”. But you weren’t wearing a hat. You would think I’d gone mad! In Italian this can happen quite easily if you don’t learn to double consonants properly. It’s important to start practising this from your very first…

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Video- Buying a house: things to learn when buying in Italy

Video- Buying a house: things to learn when buying in Italy

Guarda l’intervista a Valentina dal minuto 1,10 al minuto 2,51 e rispondi alle domande. Dopo il video: completa la descrizione. Cerco casa Valentina ha_________________anni, è di ________________ .  Si è laureata prima in ingegneria ambientale e poi ha deciso di laurearsi in __________________. Durante l’università ha condiviso l’appartamento con sua__________________ per ______________anni ma ora cerca una casa con _____________________e un…

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Describing people’s appearance: what are they like?

Describing people’s appearance: what are they like?

Here find free resources for Italian learners. Learn how to describe people’s physical appearance. Describing is one of the most common and important communicative acts of all, and physical descriptions are always one of the thoughest obstacles an Italian Language Student has to overcome when approaching this wonderful language. The sheer nature of Italian inflection, in both verbs and nouns,…

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