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The perfect soundtrack for a holiday in Italian music. A playlist with the most famous Italian songs to listen to at home or on the road of Italian Lessons, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Famous Italian Songs, Beautiful Italian Words, Italian Courses, Italian Language, German Language, Japanese Language

The Best Italian Songs for Traveling - My Travel in Tuscany

The perfect soundtrack for a holiday in Tuscany. Italian music. A playlist with the most famous Italian songs to listen to at home or on the road of Italy.

How To Use 'Bello', 'Bravo', 'Buono' and 'Bene' In Italian - In this article, we… Italian Grammar, Italian Vocabulary, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Quotes, Italian Language School, Spanish Language Learning, Teaching Spanish, Spanish Activities

italki - How To Use 'Bello', 'Bravo', 'Buono' And 'Bene' In Italian

In this article, we will see how to use 'bello', 'bravo', 'buono' and 'bene' in Italian. We will start with the first three, which are all adjectives, and see how to use and how to inflect them. Then, we will look 'bene', which is an adverb.

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10 extraordinarily useful Italian phrases

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Fool the locals and sound "molto Italiano" with these common Italian phrases that Italians love to use every day. Acqua in bocca! Funny Italian Sayings, Italian Phrases, Venice Travel Guide, Italian Humor, Passport Travel, Italian Language, Learning Italian, Venice Italy, Weekend Getaways

Top 10 Italian Phrases to Make You Sound More Italian Instantly

Fool the locals and sound "molto Italiano" with these common Italian phrases that Italians love to use every day. Acqua in bocca!

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Top 10 Italian Phrases to Make You Sound More Italian Instantly

Fool the locals and sound "molto Italiano" with these common Italian phrases that Italians love to use every day. Acqua in bocca!

Fool the locals and sound "molto Italiano" with these common Italian phrases that Italians love to use every day. Italian Grammar, Italian Vocabulary, Italian Humor, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Quotes, Italian Language, Spanish Language, Basic Italian

Top 10 Italian Phrases to Make You Sound More Italian Instantly

Fool the locals and sound "molto Italiano" with these common Italian phrases that Italians love to use every day. Acqua in bocca!

Fool the locals and sound "molto Italiano" with these common Italian phrases that Italians love to use every day. Acqua in bocca! Italian Grammar, Italian Vocabulary, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Quotes, Italian Language, French Language, Korean Language, Spanish Language

Top 10 Italian Phrases to Make You Sound More Italian Instantly

Fool the locals and sound "molto Italiano" with these common Italian phrases that Italians love to use every day. Acqua in bocca!

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Italian Phrase: Non fa niente! (It doesn't matter!)

If someone inconveniences you or unintentionally causes you offence, a handy phrase you can use to reassure or comfort him or her is Non fa niente, which is one way of saying It doesn’t matter in Italian. It is made up of the following components: Non (negation) + fa (third person of fare ‘to do/make‘) ... Read more

Some Italian words are very difficult for English people to pronounce. Can you say these 10 Italian words without getting your tongue tied? Italian Grammar, Italian Vocabulary, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Quotes, Italian Language, Learning Italian For Beginners, Fun Facts About Italy, English People

10 Difficult Italian Words to Pronounce

As languages go, I would classify Italian as one of the easiest to learn for English speakers, at least in terms of pronunciation. One of the biggest advantages is that unlike English and French for example, it is a phonetic language, so what you see written on paper is exactly how it is spoken. Another ... Read more

In this article, you will find many of the most common politically-correct swear / curse words in Italian. Italian Grammar, Italian Vocabulary, Italian Humor, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Language, English Language, Italian Lessons, French Lessons

Italian Swear Words and Their Meanings (for Polite Society)

Call me a killjoy, but swearing bothers me in any language. Whereas others might assail one another with flying f-words and references to bodily excrements, I am more partial to euphemisms. And let’s be honest – they are often far more entertaining and effective than swear words themselves! In this article, you will find many ... Read more

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Tutto (Everything) in Italian

An extremely useful word in Italian is tutto which translates as everything in English. Learn with this video: Tutto Hai finito tutto? Allora puoi andare fuori a giocare. Have you finished everything? Well, you can go out and play then. It may be followed by the pronouns ciò or quello if the speaker elaborates on ... Read more

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Family Members in Italian Language

Like many other nations, the family plays a central role in Italian culture. The further south you go, the more sacred family becomes. Famiglia (feminine, plural famiglie) is the translation of family in Italian. The most important members of any family include: madre / mamma = mom padre / papà = dad genitori = parents ... Read more

Here are six different ways to translate the word 'funny' into the Italian language! Italian Grammar, Italian Vocabulary, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Language, Korean Language, Japanese Language, Italian Lessons, French Lessons

Ways to Say 'Funny' in Italian

Buffo (feminine: buffa | plural: buffi | feminine plural: buffe) is a wonderfully useful adjective that means funny, amusing or odd in English. It is almost always used to describe someone or something that makes you smile or laugh, or that you find ironic or peculiar. Quel pagliaccio è molto buffo. Mi fa morire dal ... Read more

Here are some different kinds of kisses in the Italian language. Italian Love Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Quotes, Italian Grammar, Italian Vocabulary, Italian Language, Korean Language, Japanese Language, Italian Lessons

Kissing in Italian

Italian is known as one of the most romantic languages in the word, so it should come as no surprise that some of the first words people wish to learn are often linked to romance! We already covered the word amore (love) and the expression ti amo (I love you) in previous articles, so today ... Read more

Here are some indirect and subtle ways of saying "mi manchi" (I miss you) in the Italian language. Italian Verbs, Italian Grammar, Italian Vocabulary, Italian Language, Italian Love Phrases, Italian Quotes, Learn To Speak Italian, Italian Lessons, Italian Life

Different Ways to Say "I Miss You" in Italian

If you’re experiencing sadness from the absence of a family member, close friend, lover or spouse, a good phrase to know is I miss you which translates as (Tu) mi manchi in Italian. In conversation, the personal pronoun tu is almost always omitted since the grammatical person is clear from the conjugation of the verb ... Read more