Are you an Intermediate (level B1) or Upper-intermediate (level B2) Italian learner? You may improve your grammar with our straightforward and simple grammar tutorials in this section of Intermediate Italian Grammar.

Intermediate Italian Grammar
how to express for in italian Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to Express FOR in Italian

Some Italian expressions are different from the usual equivalent of English expressions.

how to express by in italian Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to Express BY in Italian

Some Italian expressions are different from the usual equivalent of English expressions.

how to express for in italian

How to Express FOR in Italian

Some Italian expressions are different from the usual equivalent of English expressions.

how to express from in italian Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to Express FROM in Italian

Some Italian expressions are different from the usual equivalent of English expressions.

Mi piace VS A me piace - Verb PIACERE with preposition A Intermediate Italian Grammar

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

Do you make mistakes with possessive adjectives and pronouns?

How to use Indefinite Adjectives and Pronouns in Italian Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to use Indefinite Adjectives and Pronouns in Italian

Indefinite adjectives and pronouns are used to express a quantity or quality indefinitely. 

Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to use Italian pronominal verb METTERCI

In this post, you’ll learn how to use the Italian pronominal verb METTERCI to improve your learning and avoid mistakes.

How to use Articles with Geographic Words in Italian Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to use Articles with Geographic Words in Italian

Learn more about the use of articles in Italian with this post on how to use Articles with Geographic Words in Italian.

How to Combine Simple Prepositions with Articles Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to Combine Simple Prepositions with Articles

Prepositions are essential to learning to communicate in Italian because we use these words in everyday conversation.

How to use pronouns in Italian -> Tonici Vs Atoni Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to use pronouns in Italian -> Tonici Vs Atoni

In this post, we explain in a simple way how to use pronouns in Italian -> Tonici Vs Atoni.

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

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

(Are you sometimes unsure about the use of these little words like NE and CI in Italian? Learn everything about “NE” in Italian and HOW to use it in this post easily and effectively.

Prepositions after verbs ANDARE – VENIRE – PARTIRE Intermediate Italian Grammar

Prepositions after verbs ANDARE – VENIRE – PARTIRE

Learn different Prepositions after verbs ANDARE – VENIRE – PARTIRE to improve your Italian and avoid mistakes.

Common Verbs taking auxiliary AVERE and ESSERE Intermediate Italian Grammar

Common Verbs taking auxiliary AVERE and ESSERE

In this article, you’ll learn some common verbs taking both auxiliary AVERE and ESSERE in the Italian Language

Everything about CI in Italian – 7 ways to use it Intermediate Italian Grammar

Everything about CI in Italian – 7 ways to use it

What is this “CI” that you always find with a different meaning in Italian phrases?

The most used Moods and Tenses Verbs in Italian Intermediate Italian Grammar

The most used Moods and Tenses Verbs in Italian

In this post, you’ll learn the most used Moods and Tenses Verbs in Italian. Verbs have four main moods.

Una Ricetta per il Congiuntivo – A Recipe for the Subjunctive Intermediate Italian Grammar

Una Ricetta per il Congiuntivo – A Recipe for the Subjunctive

In this article, you’ll learn some common verbs taking both auxiliary AVERE and ESSERE in the Italian Language

How to use NIENTE – NULLA – NESSUNO Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to use NIENTE – NULLA – NESSUNO

Negative words or phrases turn a positive statement or question into a negative one. Expressing negation using NienteNulla and Nessuno

How to Say to Know in Italian - Verbs Sapere and Conoscere Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to Say to Know in Italian – Verbs Sapere and Conoscere

Italian has two verbs that mean “to know”: learn how to Say to Know in Italian – Verbs Sapere and Conoscere.

How to use Preposition DA with Adjectives Intermediate Italian Grammar

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.

How to Handle Italian Adjectives Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to Handle Italian Adjectives

Negative words or phrases turn a positive statement or question into a negative one. Expressing negation using NienteNulla and Nessuno

How to use Preposition A with Adjectives Intermediate Italian Grammar

How to use Preposition A with Adjectives

Italian Adjectives are frequently followed by prepositions. In this post, you’ll learn How to use Preposition A with Adjectives to improve your Italian.

How to use Preposition DI with Adjectives

How to use Preposition DI with Adjectives

This page gives you some examples of adjective + preposition combinations where you can learn how to use Preposition DI

How to Use HO or CE L’HO

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.

Learn Italian Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Learn Italian Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

 In this article, you may find useful information and learn Italian Transitive and Intransitive Verbs.

How to Use Adverbs or Adjectives in Italian

In this post, you’ll learn How to Use Adverbs or Adjectives in Italian and the difference between them.

How to Use HO or CE L’HO

Do you make mistakes with the agreement of words like molto and troppo? Do you have problems choosing between tutto and tanto?

How to Express ABOUT in Italian

 How to use the common English preposition ABOUT in Italian. Some Italian expressions are different from the usual equivalent of English expressions.