New Italian tutorial just published online! This one is on the names of days of the week and of the months of the year. Hope you’ll enjoy! Please give a thumb up to the video if you like it, or subscribe to my channel if you like my tutorials, and feel free to post comments and questions! Ciao ciao!
In this tutorial I talk about some expressions that can be useful if you don’t speak a language perfectly yet, such as asking somebody to repeat something or to speak more slowly, or saying that you don’t understand something.
In this tutorial I talk about the verb “avere” (to have), its conjugation in the present and its uses, amongst which I go in detail explaining how to tell your age and expressions like “I am cold”, “I am warm”, “I am hungry”, “I am thirsty”, “I am sleepy”.
In this tutorial I explain how we greet people in Italy. The terms “buongiorno”, “buonasera”, and “ciao”, among others, will all be discussed. The opening and closing music is an original rendition of “‘O Sole Mio” (1898) by Giovanni Capurro (lyrics) and Eduardo di Capua (music). The image used in the opening titles is a mosaic depicting Plato’s Academy from the Villa of T. Siminius Stephanus in Pompeii (Wikimedia Commons), while the image in the closing titles is a fresco showing a prince and a philosopher from the Villa of P. Fannius Sinistrex in Boscoreale (my picture from the National Archaeological Museum in Naples).