Condizionale Presente: A Simple Guide

Condizionale Presente: A Simple Guide

The present conditional (condizionale presente) is a verb form that is the equivalent of the English pattern ” would + any verb”, when it’s used to express a wish or possibility. In other words, the conditional is used to express what you would do if, ask...
Andare and Venire: The Difference

Andare and Venire: The Difference

For most English speakers, the verbs “go” and “come” are interchangeable or synonyms. Instead, in Italian, the verbs venire and andare are not interchangeable and have distinct meanings.  What does “venire” mean? Venire means...
Italian Trapassato Prossimo

Italian Trapassato Prossimo

One of the past tenses you need to know, especially if you’re at an intermediate level, is the trapassato prossimo. The trapassato prossimo in Italian, or the ‘past perfect’ in English, is a compound tense, which means it is a combination of the...