There are some useful Italian expressions you need to know if you are learning Italian and want to be more fluent when you speak. Today we are going to show you some of these expressions with their meanings so that you can become more familiar with the Italian language and culture.
If you have already read our tips for learning Italian, you certainly know that it’s very important to study a little bit of Italian every day in order to improve your Italian level easily and quickly. So, let’s start practicing with these useful Italian expressions you need to know. Continue reading
If you are studying Italian, our list of the most popular Italian tongue twisters will help you improve your pronunciation. Have a look at our list below, and start reading some of these Italian tongue twisters every day. In the beginning it will be quite tough, but don’t worry… it’s just a matter of practice!
After our post about the Italian phrases to use in a restaurant, today we are going to teach you some Italian words for food that you can use in Italy. Remember that if you want to practise Italian with a native Italian teacher, you can receive private Italian lessons at home in London or Italian lessons by Skype.
As you may know, the most popular sport in Italy is football (il calcio), but in Italy there are many other sports. So, if you want to learn new Italian words and improve your Italian level, have a look at our list of Italian sports below.
This list will help you to speak Italian more fluently. Remember to practice Italian every day, try to memorise these new words and don’t forget to use them during your conversations. If you want to learn Italian with us, you can also visit our YouTube Channel where you will find many videos regarding Italian grammar and vocabulary.
Linguists agree that a child’s brain is like a sponge, so the earlier a kid starts learning a second language, the better. For this reason, today we are going to give you some useful Italian phrases to use with kids. In this way your child will be able to learn Italian at home.
Here you can find some useful Italian phrases to use with kids in the morning, phrases to use before going to bed, and so on.
So, you have decided to learn Italian and Parlando Italiano can certainly help you! Remember that learning new vocabulary is very important when you study a foreign language. Furthermore, you may go to Italy one day and need some basic Italian phrases to interact with the locals, so let’s learn some Italian phrases to use in a restaurant.
The following Italian phrases will help you during your stay in Italy. If you want to discover more useful Italian words and phrases, have a look at our list of Italian phrases for travellers. Here are some Italian phrases to use in a restaurant.
Today we are going to talk about Italian house and home vocabulary. It’s very important to learn these basic Italian words in order to improve your Italian level. Try to memorize new words and phrases in Italian every day and remember that if you want to practice them, you can do so with a native Italian teacher from Parlando Italiano. In this way you will improve very quickly, become more fluent, and be able to talk about different topics in Italian. Your teacher will give you the best tips for learning Italian!
There are some memory techniques you can use to learn the Italian house and home vocabulary. One of them is to write the different Italian words on some post-it notes and then put them on the furniture at home in order to read the words every time you see them. In this way you will learn easily and in a fun way.
So, have a look at our list of Italian words below. Continue reading
Learning the animal names in Italian can be very easy. Have a look at our Italian animals list below, try to read the names out and repeat them again and again in order to improve your Italian vocabulary. If you like the Italian language and self-taught study, we also recommend that you visit the My Italian lessons YouTube channel every week in order to discover new Italian words, phrases and grammar rules. On the other hand, if you prefer learning with a private Italian teacher, remember that our school offers Italian lessons at home and Italian lessons by Skype.
Studying the vocabulary is very useful when you are learning a foreign language because it will help you be more fluent and confident during your conversations about different topics. So, now that you have studied the Italian family vocabulary and the body parts in Italian, let’s continue learning new Italian words with our Italian animal list:
Agnello = Lamb
Anatra = Duck
Ape = Bee
Asino = Donkey
Bue = Ox Continue reading
The family is a very important topic in Italian culture, and for this reason learning the Italian family vocabulary may be very useful. Our main aim as Italian teachers is to help you improve your Italian level and fluency. We know that learning new words makes students feel more confident when they communicate in a new language, so let’s learn some Italian vocabulary.
There are many words used to describe the different family members, especially if we also include the extended family. So, we suggest that you start by learning the first list of terms, and then memorize the other words little by little. Remember to also pay attention Continue reading
Learning Italian vocabulary is really important, not only for improving your Italian level, but also for expressing your ideas in a clear and concise manner. Today we present the body parts in Italian singular and plural. Bear in mind that these words sometimes have different genders (masculine or feminine) depending whether they are singular or plural. For example: the arm – il braccio (masculine); the arms – le braccia (feminine).
Let’s see what the main human body parts in Italian are, and remember that if you want to discover more about the Italian language we offer Italian lessons with native and qualified tutors.
PARTS OF THE BODY
il collo (m sing) = the neck
la spalla (f sing) = the shoulder
le spalle (f plur) = the shoulders Continue reading