Lì or là? Qui or Qua? The difference

What’s the difference between là and lì? Qui and qua? Many times I am asked during my Italian online lessons if there is any difference between the two of them, well there is, even tough is a small one. Both là and lì means there and are indicating something that is far from the person[…]

Giocare or suonare?

The English for the verbs GIOCARE and SUONARE, is platying. The French for both, is JOUER. Nevertheless, gioacre and suonare in Italian come with different meanings. What’s the difference? Giocare suggests the idea of being involved in a game (un gioco) individually or in a group. It is used when it comes to sports too.[…]