Working with cognates, which are words similar in both languages (in our case Italian and English) is a powerful way of speeding up your learning and also it helps with boosting one’s confidence.
The idea of this list however, is not only to provide you with a list of words, but also to empower you to make educated guesses about the meanings of words and to enable you to improvise words when you don’t have the Italian equivalent readily available.
When I mention improvisation, I am not referring to mere guessing. Instead, I’m suggesting that you tap into the extensive arsenal of your existing vocabulary in your own language.
In this easy guide you can expect to learn:
Would you like to start studying Italian but don’t know where to start? Here is an easy, step-by-step, guide on the Italian regular verbs. And it is completely free!
In this very simple guide, you’ll find all that you need to understand the Italian regular verbs in the present tense.
It has been designed for a complete beginner student, however, even if you have studied the present tense before, it will give you a simple and concise overview of all you need to know about the subject and a list of your first 50 most common verbs to learn.
In this guide you can expect to learn: