Speak Italian with Arianna 47 – Imperfetto

This video is about the Imperfetto, one of the past tenses used in Italian.

Here you can find my tutorial on Passato prossimo, and here you can find my tutorial on how to retrieve the root of a verb and other useful information for the conjugation of the verbs. They are both mentioned in the new video.

I hope you enjoy it, and too see you soon on this blog. Ciao ciao!

How to use the tenses in Italian

When learning Italian, dealing with the tenses is tricky. In this post I will give some advice on how to use the right tense in your sentences. The Italian language, also because of the Latin language from which it derives, has many tenses. Just to make an example, the Indicativo, the basic “modo”, has eight tenses, of which one present tense, five (!) past tenses and two future tenses.

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Speak Italian with Arianna 46 – Passato prossimo

In this tutorial I talk abut the Passato prossimo, one of the past tenses used in the Italian language.

In this video I mention the videos on the pronomi diretti, on the pronomi indiretti, on the pronomi combinati, on the reflexive verbs. If you want, you can also refresh your memory of the presents of the verbs essere and avere.

I hope you enjoy it, and to see you soon on this blog. Ciao ciao!

 

 

Speak Italian with Arianna 45 – Furniture of the living room

This tutorial is about the Italian words for the furniture you find in a living room.

Here you can find my video on the Italian words for the rooms of the house, and here you can find my video on the Italian words for the furniture of the bedroom, both mentioned in the new tutorial.

I hope you enjoy it, and to see you soon on this blog. Ciao ciao!

Some more classic Neapolitan songs

Hi my lovely dears!

This post will be about some more of my favourite classic Neapolitan songs.

In a previous article I talked about my (personal) top four as far as classic Neapolitan songs are concerned. Here I talk about some more songs that are part of the traditional Neapolitan repertoire and I particularly like.

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