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Italian Language Schools in Sicily (How to Choose)

Italian Language Schools in Sicily (How to Choose)

4 Italian Language Schools in Sicily DisclaimerI haven't partnered with any of these schools, and I believe that none of them are aware of this article. With this post, I only to help you in choose the type of experience you want (e.g., which city to choose) when...

How to say ‘thank you’ in Italian

How to say ‘thank you’ in Italian

Gratitude goes hand in hand with good manners, something Italians are very keen on. In fact, Italians thank a lot! It's quite usual to hear the subsequent interaction where someone says grazie (thank you), and the other one responds grazie a te (thank you to you)....

Italian Future Tense: A Simple Guide

Italian Future Tense: A Simple Guide

The future tense: Italian vs. English The most important thing to remember when learning the future in Italian is that it is used less in Italian than in English. In fact, Italian has a tendency (which comes from Latin) to use the present simple to talk about the near...

Italian Sentence Structure

Italian Sentence Structure

The Basics of Italian Sentence Structure and Word Order The Italian sentence structure is similar to English, but with a few key differences. The good news isItalian follows the same sentence order as in English, which is: subject verbobject Italian sentence...

CILS B1 Citizenship Exam (The Structure)

CILS B1 Citizenship Exam (The Structure)

CILS B1 Citizenship (Cils B1 Cittadinanza): The exam components and grammar topics  The CILS Uno B1 for Citizenship is a test that all those who wish to apply for Italian citizenship through marriage or residence ought to pass.  In this post, you will...

Best Free Tools to Improve Your Italian Listening

Best Free Tools to Improve Your Italian Listening

Why Tuning up Italian Italian Listening Skills should be your top priority. Conversation blends together speaking and listening skills. Tuning up your listening in Italian is as vital as training your pronunciation and speaking. If you are serious about improving your...

What do “Qualsiasi” e “Chiunque”  mean?

What do “Qualsiasi” e “Chiunque” mean?

Qualsiasi (Any) Qualsiasi is one of  those words that can often lead to confusion. In this article you will learn how to use it properly when speaking Italian.  Qualsiasi is an indefinite adjective, and it is invariable: it means that it is not modifiable,...

17 Unexpectedly Creative Methods to Learn Italian 

17 Unexpectedly Creative Methods to Learn Italian 

The creative adult is the child who survived. How do you apply creativity to your Italian learning routine?  Have you ever thought of adding a pinch of creativity to boost your learning process and have fun along the way? If so, this is for...

How to use the verb ‘Mettersi’

How to use the verb ‘Mettersi’

Mettersi is an Italian verb that non-native speakers may struggle with. It is, nevertheless, commonly used in everyday Italian, and you may want to learn how to use it.  First of all, you might be familiar with mettere, which simply means to put. Well, mettersi,...