How to use Perché Poiché Perciò Purché in Italian

Perché, poiché, perciò, and purché are all conjunctions commonly used in Italian. While they may seem similar, they each have distinct meanings and uses. Here’s a breakdown of how to use each of these words: PERCHE’ You can use Perché … Continued

How to Form the Passato Prossimo

The Passato Prossimo is a fundamental tense in the Italian language used to express actions or events that occurred in the past. Understanding how to form the Passato Prossimo is essential for effective communication in Italian. In this post, we … Continued

How to use the Italian pronominal verb METTERCI

Metterci is an Italian verb that non-native speakers may find difficult to understand. However, it is frequently used in everyday Italian, and then you might want to learn how to use it. Metterci is a pronominal verb in Italian that … Continued

How to use Preposition DA with Adjectives

In this post, you’ll learn How to use Preposition DA with Adjectives to improve your Italian and avoid mistakes. Italian Adjectives are frequently followed by prepositions (words like DI, A, and CON). Sad to say, there is no rule that … Continued

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

When Italian Preposition A becomes English Preposition TO

In this post, you’ll learn about an important topic in Italian grammar: When the Italian Preposition A becomes the English Preposition TO. Prepositions in Italian and English may not always have the same meaning or application. Simple Prepositions in Italian … Continued