Classroom – Italian

Italian: Present Perfect

Present Perfect Sentences in Italian Now, this article deals with the usage of 'Passato Prossimo', i.e., the present perfect tense which will help you in strengthening your grammar even further so that you come to more fully enjoy the beauty of [...]

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Italian: Present Continuous Tense

The present continuous tense in Italian The present simple tense in Italian can mean both ”I do” and “I am doing”. But there is also a present continuous or progressive form, equivalent to English “I am ….ing”: To form this tense you [...]

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Italian Simple Present Tense

Present Tense The present tense in Italian is essentially the same as in English. The only difference is that it can also be used as the present continuous, so “I do” and “I am doing” are conjugated the same way. The [...]

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Italian Course: Unit 1

Italian Course: Unit 1 Informal A: Giulia, ti presento il mio amico David. B: Piacere di conoscerti! C: Piacere mio! A: Maria, ecco il mio nuovo vicino. B: Piacere, io sono Maria. Tu come ti chiami? C: Mi chiamo David, piacere! Formal A: Buonasera signora Riva, le presento il mio amico. B: Sono Giovanna, molto lieta! C: Piacere, David. A: Scusi, è [...]

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Italian Classes

Italian Nouns All Italian nouns are masculine or feminine in gender. With very few exceptions, nouns which end in -o, -ore, a consonant, or a consonant followed by -one, are masculine.  The names of the days of the week (except Sunday), lakes, months, oceans, rivers, seas, [...]

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Italian Classroom:Nouns and Genders

Nouns and gender All nouns have a specific gender (masculine and feminine) and number (singular and plural). You need to know what those are in order to create (and understand) sentences, have verb agreement, and add on articles and adjectives. The good news is [...]

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Italian Classroom-Greetings and Small Talk

Saying Hello in Italian INCONTRO TRA AMICHE – Dialogo informale SAYING HELLO TO FRIENDS – informal dialogue A: Ciao Anna! B: Ciao Francesca, come stai? A: Molto bene grazie, e tu? B: Non c’è male, grazie. INCONTRO TRA ADULTI – Dialogo formale SAYING HELLO FORMALLY A: Buongiorno signora Rossi! B: [...]

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Italian Classroom-Possessives

Possessive Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives Possessive Pronouns: Maschile singolare Maschile plurale  Femminile singolare  Femminile plurale il mioil tuo il suo il nostro il vostro il loro i mieii tuoi i suoi i nostri i vostri i loro la miala tua la sua la nostra la vostra la loro le miele tue le sue le nostre le vostre le loro - See more at: http://linguaworld.in/russian-polish-classes/italian-classes-2/#sthash.vjyhbfRY.dpuf [...]

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Italian Classroom-Questions in Italian

Question Words in Italian:   Who Chi kee Whose Di chi dee kee What Che cosa keh koh-sah Why Perché pehr-keh When Quando kwahn-doh Where Dove doh-veh How Come koh-meh How much Quanto kwahn-toh Which Quale kwah-leh To communicate in Italian and to travel with ease, there are practical questions in Italian (or any language for that matter) that you'll use daily and have to know: Parla inglese? (pahr-lah [...]

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