Italian verbs with preposition can be tricky! If you ever had problems with matching Italian prepositions to verbs this Italian grammar lesson is for you. Download the learning sheet with notes from this lesson right here and follow along. This verb & preposition combinations list feature 10 Italian verbs for beginners (and their prepositions) which … Continue reading Italian verbs with prepositions: 10 must know verbs with their prepositions
In this Italian live class I introduce two most used Italian verbs : domandare (which doesn't mean "to demand"!) and chiedere. These are common Italian verbs that can be easily confused. Watch the video lesson below to find out: The difference between "domandare" and "to demand" Italian verbs conjugation: domandare & chiedere Italian verbs pronunciation: … Continue reading Most used verbs in Italian: domandare (vs to demand) & chiedere
In this Italian video lesson (done live on my Facebook group "Italian for English Speakers"!), I talk about the real meaning two false friends in Italian and English: Attendere vs Attend.
Grammar can actually be interesting, easy and creative. Grammar allows you to manipulate the language, to create with it and make it your own. Grammar is the most creative part of a language and understanding it can become an incredibly pleasurable and rewarding experience too.