you want to know how to prepare for a
job interview in Italian? A job interview can be nerve-wracking enough in
your mother tongue but one in a foreign language can be extremely stressful and
requires a bit of preparation beforehand. If you will be having a job interview
in Italian, we have some great tips for you!
first step in preparing for your job interview is to do some research into the company you are interviewing with.
Showing the interviewer that you know a few facts about their company will
impress them and will give you a better chance of getting hired.
Is your child learning Italian? A great way for them to pick up the language easier is to introduce them to the best Italian songs for kids!
Using songs to learn Italianis very effective because of the melody, tune and lyrics. Italian music is very melodic and beautiful and, regardless of your kid’s age, it is a fun way to learn Italian.
people mistakenly believe that when learning a language, reading, writing and
grammar should come first. While these elements are important, music introduces
one to the language’s vocabulary and general rules and children are more likely
to stick with the Italian learning process.
stay in Italy calls for some great photographs and this article will help you
out with some Italian phrases for
Instagram! If you have been learning Italian in preparation for your trip
to Italy or your studies in the country, you will no doubt be in need of an
Italian vocabulary boost. So, let’s see some cute Italian phrases for
is a highly popular social media site and it is a great way to share images of
your daily life, especially when you are doing something exciting. When in a
foreign country, it can also be an
excellent and fun tool for learning Italian – as long as you caption your
pictures with beautiful Italian phrases. Who knows, you might inspire others to
learn Italian as well!
Today we are going to talk about the Italian verbs essere and avere.
As you may know, these two verbs are very important in Italian, because apart
from having their own meaning, they are also used as auxiliary verbs.
are going to discover how to introduce
yourself in Italian. If you are learning Italian and are at a beginner
level, these basic Italian phrases will be extremely helpful. So, have a look
at our list below and try to memorise the most common words and phrases you can
use during your first contact with Italian people.
Today we are going to explain how to say I am sorry in Italian. If you are learning Italian, it’s very important to know this phrase because you will probably need it in different situations. For example, if you want to say that you are sorry for something you have said or done, or if you want to show your empathy towards someone who is suffering.
How to say I am sorry in Italian
Have you hurt someone’s feelings? Do you feel sorry for something you have said or done? Everybody knows that the best thing you can do is to apologise, since this is the first step to making peace with a friend, a relative, a colleague, etc. Continue reading →
Would you like to know more about Italians? Today we are going to give you a list of 10 characteristics that best describe Italian people. This list was written by some of our students who are currently living in Italy, and of course these are generalizations… not all Italian people are as described below. So, read our post with this in mind please.
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Today we are going to show you the adjectives of nationality in Italian. Remember that Italian adjectives agree in gender (masculine/feminine) and number (singular/plural) with the nouns they modify. If you want to know more about it, you can read our post how to form adjectives in Italian.
LIST OF ADJECTIVES OF NATIONALITY IN ITALIAN
Below you can find a list of adjectives of nationality in Italian with their English translation.
As you can see, some adjectives of nationality end in –o when they refer to a masculine name and in –a when they refer to a feminine name, as for example the Italian adjective americano: Paul è americano – Kate è americana. Continue reading →