Using correctly the adverbs Già & Ancora

Già has two different primary meanings. The most common one is when già is used with the sense of already. Often used with the passato prossimo, già is always placed between the auxiliary verb and the past participle Hai già fatto colazione? Have you already had breakfast? Sono già stato in Italia. I have already been[…]

Using the Italian adjectives BELLO & QUELLO

Everybody knows that quello means ‘that’ and bello means ‘nice or beautiful,’ however now and then you might have read or listened to the forms ‘quegli/begli’, quei/bei, quel/bel. How come? Let’s start from quello You should be able to distinguish when quello is used as a pronoun (replacing a noun) and when used as adjective[…]