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Pronounce Italian right!Come si pronuncia?

Pronounce Italian right!Come si pronuncia?

Chiacchieriamo in italiano!! Studiare una lingua straniera significa anche imparare la pronuncia. Le parole italiane bruschetta, pistacchio, quindici, chiacchierare sono difficili da pronunciare per molti studenti. Proviamo a fissare delle regole. Comincia a leggere ad alta voce e attenzione alla differenza fra “chi“: (pronuncia/ˈki/) e “ci“( pronuncia: /ˈʧi/). Se la c è seguita dalle lettere h+e (che) oppure h+i  (chi) ha un suono “duro”(hard).…

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Language courses at the Italian Cultural Institute

NEW TERM STARTS ON THE 18th  of January 2013  The Italian Cultural Institute is the official Italian government centre for the promotion of the Italian culture and language, offering a wide choice of Italian classes. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced, whether you want Italian for business or pleasure, we can help you perfect your language skills at a…

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My favourite Italian films…for students of Italian

My favourite Italian films…for students of Italian

Watching a film in Italian, either at home or in class, is one of my students’ favourite activities to improve their language. And who can blame them!  Films provide full immersion in Italian culture! Let’s start with the soundtrack. Italy has some truly great film score composers (or ‘maestri‘) who are now almost as famous as their director colleagues. Film…

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I pronomi e l’imperativo

I pronomi e l’imperativo

 I verbi dire, dare, fare, andare, fare e stare raddoppiano la consonante quando sono usati con il soggetto tu  e combinati con i pronomi diretti e indiretti (tranne gli ) e con le particelle ci e ne Andare-> va’-> vacci dare-> da’-> dammi dire-> di’-> dimmi fare->fa’-> fallo stare-> sta’-> statti   I pronomi e le particelle pronominali “ne” e “ci”…

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