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La Famiglia: Useful Italian Phrases and Words for Family

La Famiglia: Useful Italian Phrases and Words for Family

Family plays a big role in the Italian culture. Below, Italian teacher Nadia B. shares some useful Italian phrases and words for describing family. Italians are all about la famiglia or family. In fact, it’s common for family members to gather for weekly dinners and multiple family members to live under the same roof or neighborhood. As you continue to learn the Italian language and culture, you’ll start to understand the importance of family. And soon you’ll be asked to describe your … Read More

La Famiglia: Useful Italian Phrases and Words for Family
Family plays a big role in the Italian culture. Below, Italian teacher Nadia B. shares some useful Italian phrases and words for describing family. Italians are all about la famiglia or family. In fact, it’s common for family members to gather for weekly dinners and multiple family members to live under the same roof or neighborhood. As you continue to learn the Italian language and culture, you’ll start to understand the importance of family. And soon you’ll be asked to describe your
How to Practice Spanish When You’re Pressed for Time
Think you're too busy to practice Spanish? With these time-management tips from language teacher Lauren P., you'll be able to study Spanish even when you're short on time...   Learning Spanish can seem difficult when you’re pressed for time. No matter how busy you are, however, you can find 15 minutes a day to practice. These tips will help you budget your time so you can fit Spanish practice into your busy schedule. Set Up a Routine The only way to commit to anything is to make it
Top Places to Visit in Spain (+ 10 Faux Pas To Avoid)
Want to avoid looking like a tourist during your trip to Spain? In this post, you'll first learn about some of the top destinations in Spain... then, tutor Emmanuel M. explains what NOT to do while you're there!   Spain is known as a beautiful, romantic, and overall wonderful place to visit. Tourists across the world visit Spain to explore the local sights, food, and traditions. You'll find that the people of Spain tend to be laid-back, good-natured, and cheerful -- and there are
Guest Podcast from French Blabla: How to Use (or Avoid Using) the French Subjunctive
For many language students, the French subjunctive, or le subjonctif, is one of the trickiest French verbs to master. It can leave you with such a headache that you'll wonder, is it possible to avoid using the French subjunctive all together? In this guest podcast, Caroline from French Blabla reveals several simple conversation hacks that will help you use the French subjunctive correctly, or avoid the need to use le subjonctif in the first place. Quelle bonne idée! Music by Bensound.c
46 Spanish Adjectives to Describe All Your Friends [Printable]
If you want to have conversations in Spanish, you're going to need to know how to describe things -- and people! In this guest post, Sara from Spanish2Learn shares 46 adjectives to describe someone's personality...   If you're learning Spanish, you probably already know some helpful nouns and verbs to carry a conversation. Now it's time to sprinkle in some describing words! It's very common to describe other people in conversations -- not just physically, but also talking about th

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