Speak Italian with Arianna 13 – The family

In this tutorial I talk about the names for relatives (like mother, father, sister, brother etc.) in Italian. Hope you’ll enjoy, and 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. Thanks for watching, […]

Speak Italian with Arianna 12 – The weather

  In this new tutorial I talk about how to describe the weather in Italian. Hope you’ll enjoy, and 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. Thanks for watching, ciao ciao!

Speak Italian with Arianna 11 – Pronunciation

In this tutorial I talk about how to pronounce the letters c and g, which have two ways to sound, and the letter groups gli, gn and sc. Hope you’ll enjoy, and please give a thumb up to the video if you like it, or subscribe to my channel if you like my tutorials and […]

Speak Italian with Arianna 10 – Telling time

A new Italian tutorial is now online! It is about how to ask and tell time in Italian. Hope you’ll enjoy, and 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. Thanks for watching, […]

Speak Italian with Arianna 9 – Days and months

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 […]

Speak Italian with Arianna 7 – Puoi ripetere, per favore?

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.

Speak Italian with Arianna 5 – Avere (to have) and more

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”.