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The Ultimate Guide to Italian Pronouns

Pronouns are an essential part of any language, used to indicate or replace the person, animal or thing that is either doing or receiving an action. Italian pronouns are mainly divided into: Italian subject pronouns Italian object pronouns (direct and indirect) Italian possessive pronouns Italian relative pronouns Italian reflexive pronouns If you feel confused by …

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Getting Familiar with the “Stare” Conjugation in Italian

Stare is an extremely important Italian verb, which is often used in everyday conversation. Hence, it’s crucial to get familiar with the stare conjugation and its different meanings. Depending on the situation, stare can be translated as: To stay To be To remain To be situated To live To be about to (when followed by …

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How to Say What You Want in Italian: the “Volere” Conjugation

Volere is one of those essential Italian verbs that you’ll use on an everyday basis. It means “to want” and its use is similar to the English counterpart. The volere conjugation does not follow the regular patterns of the Italian verbs ending in -ere, and thus you need to study it separately. Learning how to …

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Italian Prepositions: What You Need to Know to Use Them Correctly

Italian prepositions, just like prepositions in any other language, are tiny language blocks which are incredibly important to ensure you deliver the right meaning. You’ll find them in almost every sentence but there are significant differences with English. That’s why it’s important to spend some time learning which preposition to use and when. At the …

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All You Need to Know About the “Venire” Conjugation in Italian

The Italian venire conjugation is widely used to express movement. Venire is an irregular verb and is the equivalent of the English “to come”. It means to come from, to arrive, to occur, and is sometimes used in a welcoming tone too (e.g. Vieni! – Come on in!) Venire is an intransitive verb – therefore …

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“Hello” in Italian: A Complete Guide to Formal and Informal Greetings

Do you want to learn how to say “hello” in Italian? In this lesson we’ll see all the different greetings, so you will learn more than just a simple “ciao”! Italian people put a great emphasis on the so called “buone maniere”, the good manners. It is very important in Italy to address people with …

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