How to choose from A or IN prepositions

Prepositions are sentence elements that describe links between different parts of a phrase, such as time, place, or reason: prepositions show how people and things relate to the rest of the sentence. Learn how to choose from A or IN … Continued

How to use Italian Prepositions of Place

Italian prepositions of place are essential elements of the Italian language. This article covers the different Italian place prepositions and provides usage examples to help us comprehend how things, places, and people are placed in relation to one another. The … Continued

How to pronounce ITALIAN Letter S

In this article, you will learn how to pronounce the letter S in Italian. Most Italian consonants are pronounced like in English. One exception is the letter S. The Italian S has two sounds: General rules about letter S pronunciation • VOICELESS S – SORDA (SOFT SOUND):  the … Continued

How Memorizing Vocabulary Phrases and Idioms in Italian

You can’t honestly expect to master a language unless you learn its words and phrases. In this post, you’ll find simple methods for Memorizing Vocabulary Phrases and Idioms in Italian The most challenging part is memorising all of those new Italian terms … Continued

The Future Tense in Italian – How to Form and Use It

Dove andrete domani? Andremo in centro. (Where are you going tomorrow? We are going downtown.)  The verb used in this sentence is andare. It is conjugated in the future tense. Here are some of the most important things to know about … Continued

How to conjugate Italian verbs in the Present Tense

Ready to learn Italian verb conjugation? On this page, we will learn how to conjugate Italian verbs in the present tense. Discover the secrets to effective communication, including essential guidelines and practical practices. Improve your language skills as we explore … Continued

How to avoid Mistakes using Italian articles IL and LO

Italian is a beautiful language but sometimes mastering its grammar can be a challenge, especially when it comes to using the correct articles. Two articles that often cause confusion for learners of Italian are “il” and “lo“. In this post, … Continued