Marta Fava

Marta grew up in northern Italy, but, as soon as she could (right after the 'maturità'!) she moved abroad and has been spending her life studying, learning and teaching languages. For now, she lived in the UK, France, Russia and Colombia... Who knows what's next! Apart from foreign languages and cultures, she loves rock-climbing, yoga and poetry.

Marta Fava

Goodbye in Italian: All the Parting Words You Need to Know

Learning how to say goodbye in Italian is one of the first feats you should concentrate on when starting your language journey, as well as learning how to say “hello” in Italian, of course! Learning and practicing these simple expressions will not take much of your time, but it will surely make a great difference …

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“Potere” Conjugation in Italian: All You Need to Know, and a Bit More

The verb potere in Italian is the equivalent of the verb “to be able to”, also encompassing “can” and “may”, in English. Moreover, potere is also the Italian for “power”, both literally (it is a noun: il potere = the power) and figuratively: mastering the potere conjugation will really step up your Italian skills and give …

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