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Your first 100 words in Italian

In this blog, we discuss the benefits of word lists in Italian language learning and how to use them for maximum effectiveness.
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La Tipica Colazione Italiana

If you wish to develop your Italian by reading, here is a blog for you. Learn about the Italian culture and develop your vocabulary. Includes ...
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How to Overcome Recurrent and Fossilised Mistakes in Italian

“Why do I make the same mistakes all the time?” I hear you saying. Well, it’s natural to make mistakes when learning Italian, and today ...
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When to use essere or avere with passato prossimo

If you are studying the passato prossimo, your first question is: how do I choose between essere and avere? Find out here.
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Milano: una giornata al museo

Read this blog in Italian, where I tell you about a visit to Milan. Test your comprehension with the questions at the end. Also includes ...
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How to use the pronoun “ne” in Italian

In this blog we analyse how to use "ne" in Italian. We look at it as a partitive pronoun, as replacing entire sentences and in ...
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Why Can I Understand Italian but Not Speak It?

I was chatting with a student yesterday who was feeling frustrated about her speaking level. I want to highlight that she’s a hard-working student who ...
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How to learn Italian from scratch

Are you just starting to learn Italian, perhaps you are at the A1 level? If so this blog is for you. In this article, we ...
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Easter celebrations in Italy

Easter holds a special place in the hearts of Italians. In this blog we explore Easter celebrations in Italy mixed with some of my memories ...
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