How to Use the Expression ‘Mi tocca’

How to Use the Expression ‘Mi tocca’

Toccare – to touch Have you ever heard or read the Italian sentence ‘mi tocca’ and felt confused about it? That’s normal! The verb ‘toccare’ is used with different meanings in Italian. ‘Toccare’ generally means ‘to...
9 VERY Common Filler Words in Italian

9 VERY Common Filler Words in Italian

Once I heard an American saying that we Italian can speak by making long sentences without saying a word.  It was a joke, with a touch of irony. Italians do use a lot of filler words when they speak informally.   What is a filler word?  A filler...
Beato me! Beati lore! But.. what does it mean?

Beato me! Beati lore! But.. what does it mean?

How to use the word “beato” in Italian The word ‘Beato’ is an adjective indicating a person who feels very happy about themselves or the good fortune of someone else. It can be translated into English as ‘lucky’ or, even more...
Giorno and Giornata: the Difference Explained

Giorno and Giornata: the Difference Explained

What’s the difference between giorno and giornata?  Today I thought about writing about of the most frequent questions I got from students of Italian.  Is there any difference between ‘giorno’ and ‘giornata’?” Yes, there...
Trovare and trovarsi. The difference.

Trovare and trovarsi. The difference.

Trovare and trovarsi: what’s the difference? Whether you have just started your Italian learning journey or you are already a fluent Italian speaker. The moment you land in Italy, you will surely hear the Italian verb “trovare” in an array of...