We remember 10% of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we see and hear 70% of what we discuss with others 80% of what we personally experience 95% or what we teach others Edgar Dale In other words, we remember and learn when we teach […]
If you came across this page, it’s because you have been confused by the usage of the Italian verbs sapere and conoscere. Fair enough! English (and other languages) use only one verb, the verb to know, to cover the meaning of knowledge in all possible forms. Italian uses two different verbs: sapere and conoscere. Sapere […]
How to say WHAT in Italian? What generally translates into… Che…? Cosa…? Che cosa…? Quale…? – Quali…? The main difference in the usage relates to Che? (or Cosa?, or, Che cosa?) and Quale?. CHE? COSA? CHE COSA? Let’s start from staying that the Italian interrogative Che?, Cosa? or, Che cosa? are used with verbs (actions). […]
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 a set of different meanings and expressions. Let’s un unravel the mystery about this singular verb. Make sure you learn all of […]
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