LET’S GO FOR A WALK IN ITALIAN

In Italian there is more then one way to say  to go for a walk,  have you already heard all of them? Fare una passeggiata. Ehi, ti va di fare una passeggiata in collina? Fare due passi (o fare quattro passi). Maria, andiamo a fare due passi in spiaggia dai! Fare un giro (a piedi). Mamma,[…]

Compunds verbs: auxiliary Essere o Avere?

Tenses are normally divided into simple and compound ones, the letter result from the union of the past participle and the conjugated form of the verb essere (to be) or avere (to have). Many students have come to be with doubts concerning the use of the one or the other auxiliary. Although it might sound[…]