A Comprehensive Guide to All Forms of Italian Verbs

Ready to explore the world of Italian verbs? Whether you’re just starting or want to brush up on your language skills, our guide has got you covered. We’ve put together an easy-to-follow breakdown of Italian verbs – the different forms … Continued

Italian Pronoun Usage Made Easy: Tonici Pronouns Explained

If you’re learning Italian, you may have come across the terms tonici and atoni when studying pronouns. While they may seem confusing at first, understanding the difference between the two can greatly improve your Italian grammar skills. In this post, … 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

Mi piace VS A me piace – Verb PIACERE with preposition A

When you use the verb “piacere” you need the indirect pronoun before the verb

Example: mi piace

In Italian you can choose between two different indirect pronouns:

they are called ATONI and TONICI

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.

Everything about “NE” in Italian and HOW to use it

This little word may seem simple, but its usage and versatility can be quite nuanced. “Ne” serves multiple purposes and can be used in various contexts. Do you ever feel confused when using Italian words like NE and CI particularly when … 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

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