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!
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 →
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 →
In our everyday life there are many situations in which we need to describe people; their appearances as well as their personalities. So, if you are learning Italian, you may be interested in a list of adjectives to describe a person in Italian. This will help you speak Italian fluently.
You can also find other posts related to this topic in our blog – body parts in Italian and Italian colours and clothing vocabulary, where you will discover some useful and basic Italian vocabulary that you could also use to describe people. It’s very important that you try to learn new words and phrases in Italian everyday so that you can feel more confident when you speak in Italian. Continue reading →
We all know that friendship is very important in our lives, and today we are going to show you some Italian friendship phrases with English translation. So, if you have any Italian friends, you will be able to surprise them by telling them how special they are in Italian.
This list of Italian phrases will help expand your lexicon of Italian vocabulary and improve your Italian level. Before starting to read these phrases about friendship, we recommend that you also have a look at our Italian love phrases which may be interesting to you. Continue reading →
Summer is getting closer and Italy may well be your next holiday destination, so why don’t you learn some basic Italian hotel phrases to help you interact with the locals? Learning a few Italian words and phrases will be very useful during your journey.
In Italy, most of the people who work in hotels, b&bs, restaurants, etc. speak English, but their English level is sometimes limited. For this reason, we recommend that you learn a bit of Italian in order to reduce the risk of misunderstandings.
When we travel abroad, we need to be prepared for every eventuality. So, today we are going to help you learn Italian pharmacy vocabulary. We hope that you won’t have to use these Italian words and phrases, but if you feel poorly or get injured, you may need to. So, let’s start.
One of the first questions Italian people ask when they meet someone for the first time is Che lavoro fai? (what is your job?), so have a look at our Italian professions list below, and learn Italian professions vocabulary in order to be ready for your next conversation in Italian.