Category Archives for "Beginner"

Oct 07

Italian Dictation Exercise #01

By Manu Venditti | Advanced

Italian Dictation ExerciseImprove your Italian comprehension with this Italian Dictation exercise! Watch the the video lesson and do your best to transcribe the text as I dictate it! I will first read the entire text once, then start dictating!  DOWNLOAD THE PDF >> Click to see The Text Mi piace la natura e nel tempo libero faccio […]

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Oct 06

ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS: Using PRENDERE to mean GETTING OFFENDED [video in italian]

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS: Using ​PRENDERE to mean ‘​GETTING OFFENDED’ PRENDERSELA PRENDERSELAPRENDERE + PRONOME RIFLESSIVO SI > SE + PRONOME DIRETTO LA ARRABBIARSI – OFFENDERSI MARCO SE LA PRENDE SUBITO SE GLI CHIEDI QUANTO GUADAGNA MARCO SI OFFENDE SUBITO SE GLI CHIEDI QUANTO GUADAGMA Italy Made Easy was specifically created with the native English speaker in mind. […]

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Jul 11

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

By Manu Venditti | 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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