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Italian Grammar Rules: How to Form Singular and Plural Nouns

Italian Grammar Rules: How to Form Singular and Plural Nouns

Mastering Italian grammar can be difficult. Nonetheless, it's important if you want to become proficient in the Italian language. Below, Italian teacher Nadia B. shares some tips and tricks on how to form singular and plural nouns... In Italian, it’s important to understand how to form singular and plural nouns. After all, nouns are a cornerstone of the Italian language—or any language for that matter. Luckily, this Italian grammar rule is easy to master as it follows a certain pattern … Read More

Italian Grammar Rules: How to Form Singular and Plural Nouns
Mastering Italian grammar can be difficult. Nonetheless, it's important if you want to become proficient in the Italian language. Below, Italian teacher Nadia B. shares some tips and tricks on how to form singular and plural nouns... In Italian, it’s important to understand how to form singular and plural nouns. After all, nouns are a cornerstone of the Italian language—or any language for that matter. Luckily, this Italian grammar rule is easy to master as it follows a certain pattern
Exploring the Six Most Popular Italian Dialects
There are numerous Italian dialects spoken throughout Italy. Below, Italian teacher Liz T. shares the six most popular Italian dialects... In the big boot of Italy, there are dozens of Italian dialects. In fact, almost every region has it's own unique accent. While the literary Italian language is used throughout the country for law, business, and education, many people still use their region’s original Italian dialect. While it’s not necessary for you to learn every Italian dialect
15 MORE of the Best Tutor-Approved Spanish Apps
We've reviewed some of the most popular language apps out there -- but there's always more to talk about! Read on as tutor Breeana D. shares her recommendations for 15 MORE of the best Spanish learning apps to check out...   These days, it's easier than ever to learn Spanish. When you're not getting conversation practice in with your tutor, apps are an excellent way to review things like vocab and grammar. And since Spanish learning apps can be accessed 24/7, you can practice alone --
The Best Way to Learn Spanish Formal Commands
  Not sure when to use formal or informal commands in Spanish? Here, language teacher Jason N. shares his tips to help you understand the different types of commands, and the easy way to change Spanish verbs to commands...   When you're studying Spanish you will learn about the different types of commands. Commands in Spanish aren't as easy as they are in English. In English, there's no distinction between formal and informal commands. For example, to make the verb "to run
Learn Japanese the Easy Way: 3 Study Tips for Beginners
While learning Japanese requires time and patience, you can boost your learning with these tips from teacher Willy M... I hate to break it to you, although it's not impossible to learn Japanese, it's also not necessarily easy. Japanese is a complicated language on many levels. First you need to learn how to converse, then you need to learn the specialized words. If you want to read in Japanese, then you need to learn Hiragana for indigenous words, Katakana for non-indigenous words, and t

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