Category Archives for "Beginner"

Jul 11

ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS: Using ANDARE to mean ‘TO WORK’ [video in italian]

By Marlet Cordero | All Levels

ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS: Using ANDARE to mean “TO WORK” [Italian Video]The Italian Expression “Andare” means “To Go!“ Other expressions explained on this video: Andare = Funzionare Il mouse non va Questa traduzione non va Italy Made Easy was specifically created with the native English speaker in mind. My mission (as a linguist, polyglot and academic) is […]

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Feb 17

Italian Pronunciation Practice [beginner level]

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

Italian Pronunciation Practice [beginner level]Today we are going to do some Italian Pronunciation Practice for beginners. This is an interactive lesson which means you have to participate by speaking, to practice your pronunciation. We are going to tackle difficult words in Italian which have too many vowels, because Italian is all about vowels and not […]

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Feb 15

ESSENTIAL ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS #8

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

ESSENTIAL ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS #8The Italian Expression “Ciao!” means “Hello!” or “Goodbye!“ I personally don’t want to recommend this Italian expression because it is very “casual”. It is like saying “Yow!”. When can we use this Italian expression?In Italy, we use “Ciao!” with family or close friends. Regardless of age, we say “Ciao!” when we see  […]

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Feb 14

ESSENTIAL ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS #7

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

ESSENTIAL ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS #7The Italian Expression “Come sta?” means “How are you?“– is the formal version of saying the expression; use this if you are speaking with a stranger While the informal version of the expression is “Come stai?” – this version can be used with your friends. In Italian, we only say “Come sta?” […]

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Feb 14

Italian Dictation Exercise [beginner level]

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

Italian Dictation Exercise [beginner level] Happy Valentines! Today we are going to have a Dictation Exercise. Dictation is very important especially for language like Italian which is a phonetic language, meaning it is written the way it is pronounce. So, basically this is like a listening exercise and not a comprehension. In my dictation later […]

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Feb 13

ESSENTIAL ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS #6

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

ESSENTIAL ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS #6The Italian Expression “No, non m’interessa!” means “No, I’m not interested!“– you can use this essential expression when somebody is trying to approach but you don’t want to deal with them. An alternative to this expression is simply, “No, Grazie!“which means “No, thanks!“   WATCH THE NEXT ITALIAN EXPRESSION HERE >>

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