How to Handle Italian Adjectives

Adjectives in Italian are essential components of the language and can add meaning, colour, and depth to your phrases. They are used to describe or modify a noun, and they must agree to the noun they are modifying in terms of … Continued


In this post, you’ll find how to use Italian adverbs of time GIA’ ANCORA APPENA. Adverbs of TIME » appena (just/as soon as) » ancora (still/yet) » già (already) Generally, you place most adverbs close to the words they modify: the exception to this rule is … Continued

How to use the Italian adverb MICA

Have you ever heard an Italian use this little word? Have you wondered what meaning it could have? Learn here How to use the Italian adverb MICA. Non ho MICA preso la tua penna! Non ho preso MICA la tua penna! L’avverbio MICA è usato nel linguaggio … Continued

How to use Italian Prepositions with Verbs and Adjectives

  In this post, you’ll learn about an important topic in Italian grammar: How to use Prepositions with Verbs and Adjectives. Italian prepositions are used to show the connection between two or more words in a sentence along with verbs … Continued

How do Italian adjectives work?

Italian adjectives are explained in this post along with examples of how to use them in sentences and how to make sure they agree with the words they modify. Adjectives are words that describe a name more fully by adding … Continued

How to use Indefinite Adjectives and Indefinite Pronouns in Italian

You need Indefinite adjectives and pronouns to indicate an element of uncertainty to describe the quantity or quality of a noun.

Some are just adjectives or pronouns others are both.