Hi my lovely dears,
This post is a new entry in the series on Italian proverbs. This time, instead of only one proverb per letter I will talk, for most letters, about two proverbs per letter. Ready? Let’s start!
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.
In this tutorial I talk about the Italian words for the parts of the upper body.
Here you can find the first tutorial on the human body, with the Italian words for the parts of the face and the head, and the second tutorial on the parts of the body, about the Italian words for the fingers and the toes.
I hope you enjoy it, and to see you soon on this blog. Ciao ciao!