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

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS: Using ANDARE to mean 'TO WANT'

The Italian Expression “Andare”
means “To Go!”

PRONOME INDIRETTO + ANDARE +  OGGETTO

AVERE VOGLIA DI QUALCOSA

AVERE IL DESIDERIO DI QUALCOSA

AVERE IL DESIDERIO DIFARE QUALCOSA

MI VA LA PIZZA
TI VA LA PIZZA?

MI  VANNO GLI GNOCCHI
TI VANNO GLI GNOCCHI?

PRONOME INDIRETTO + ANDARE + DI + VERBO (INFINITO)

MI VA DI DORMIRE

MI VA DI MANGIARE UNA PIZZA

TI VA DI MANGIARE?

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