How to use Italian verbs partire lasciare uscire and andarsene

The following phrases have different meaning using lasciare, partire, uscire e andare via or andarsene. Learn more about How to use Italian verbs partire lasciare uscire and andarsene. Look at these examples to see how these verbs are used. Partire means to leave a specific place … Continued

How to Use HO or CE L’HO

Why do we say: “ho, or “ce l’ho” in Italian? This peculiar form of Italian has its own reason for existing. We explain briefly and clearly in this post how to Use HO or CE L’HO. While using the verb … Continued

How to use Italian pronominal verb VOLERCI

What exactly is an Italian pronominal verb? It’s the kind of verb that has pronouns and particles added to it that modify its meaning. The particle in this case is ci. Learn more about How to use the Italian pronominal … Continued

Learn Italian Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Students may have some problems understanding the difference between Italian transitive and intransitive verbs, In this article, you may find useful information and learn Italian Transitive and Intransitive Verbs. Transitive Verbs Verbs are transitive when they express an action that … Continued

Italian Expressions with verb FARE

In English, it means both to do and to make and colloquially in Italian, it replaces a lot of other verbs. It can also mean many other things when combined with specific words or expressions. Learn more about Italian Expressions with … Continued

How to Use Past Tense Verbs with Fa Scorso and Passato

What are the words FA, SCORSO and PASSATO? Find out and learn in this post how to use Past Tense Verbs with Fa Scorso and Passato. To place an action in the past we use words like “fa” , “scorso” and … Continued


Verbs together with one or more pronominal particles are called “pronominal verbs“. In this post, you can improve your Italian grammar understanding VERBI PRONOMINALI. What are Italian pronominal verbs? Understanding VERBI PRONOMINALI 🇮🇹 Queste particelle non hanno alcun significato ma … Continued