Most Italian consonants are pronounced like in English.
One exception is letter G.
Most Italian consonants are pronounced like in English. One exception is letter C. Letter C is pronounced like ch as in “much” before e and i Example: cena / cheena / dinner is pronounced like k as in “King” before … Continued
1. Per esprimere dispiacere → to express displeasure → MANNAGGIA/ACCIDENTI 2. Per esprimere che sono stanco, annoiato o stufo → To express that I’m tired, bored and fed up → UFFA 3. Quando si cerca qualcosa che non si trova → When you … Continued
1 – DARE UNA MANO Examples: Cerco di dare una mano quando posso. -> I try to help out where I can. Siamo qui per dare una mano. -> We’re here to help. 2 – APRIRE BENE LE ORECCHIE Examples: … Continued
Use the following terms exactly as you see and hear them when ordering your coffee at the bar (caffè), and you will definitely be understood! Un caffè: When you order caffè, you automatically get an espresso Listen the audio for … Continued
An important feature of Italian culture is that there are are two different ways of addressing people. You generally use the formal form of address Lei (formal) with: adults you don’t know businesspeople waiters, shopkeepers, officials, supervisors, teachers, professors, older … Continued
Verbo pronominale VOLERCI What does it mean? Volerci (verb volere + ci) is an idiomatic expression meaning ♦ to be necessary ♦ to take. It is used to express to need for something or the time it takes to do something … Continued
It is a song written for children (but also for adults) and is based on Gianni Rodari verses. The music is by Sergio Enrigo and Luis Enriques Bacalov. The song appeared in 1974 and is part of the self-titled album. … Continued