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L'alfabeto Italiano: Pronunciation Chart & Games to Memorize the Italian Alpabet

L'alfabeto Italiano: Pronunciation Chart & Games to Memorize the Italian Alpabet

Mastering the Italian alphabet is an important building block in your learning process. Are you just starting Italian lessons? Learning Italian can seem difficult, but the alphabet is actually very easy to memorize. This is because the Italian alphabet is very similar to the English alphabet, except for a few key differences. Most notably, the Italian alphabet doesn't have the letters J, K, W, X or Y. It’s important that you learn how to pronounce the letters of the Italian alphabet … Read More

L'alfabeto Italiano: Pronunciation Chart & Games to Memorize the Italian Alpabet
Mastering the Italian alphabet is an important building block in your learning process. Are you just starting Italian lessons? Learning Italian can seem difficult, but the alphabet is actually very easy to memorize. This is because the Italian alphabet is very similar to the English alphabet, except for a few key differences. Most notably, the Italian alphabet doesn't have the letters J, K, W, X or Y. It’s important that you learn how to pronounce the letters of the Italian alphabet
5 Fun Italian Games for Learning Numbers
Can you count to 10, 20, or 30 in Italian? Below, Italian teacher Nadia B. shares some fun Italian games that will help students learn numbers... Learning numbers in Italian is as simple as uno, due, tre. From referencing amounts to sharing phone numbers, learning the Italian numbers will serve you well. Play the following Italian games with your instructor or friends to help you learn and memorize the numbers--and before you know it, you'll be using numbers with ease! 1. Bingo An ol
10 Common Italian Stereotypes That Are Actually True
Italy, the land of contemporary fashion, historical art and... men who adore their mothers, hand-gesturing enthusiasts, and gatherings about Dante? Actually, yes! While most Italian stereotypes are inaccurate--for example, all Italians are not mobsters and the men don't look like Super Mario--there are a handful of stereotypes that hold some small kernel of truth. Below are the 10 most common Italian stereotypes that are actually true. 10 Common Italian Stereotypes 1. Italians Can't Liv
5 Common Italian Grammar Mistakes That Even Natives Make
Don't pick up any grammatical bad habits when visiting abroad. Below, Italian teacher Giulio G. shares 5 common Italian grammar mistakes natives often make... Spending your vacation in Italy is amazing, both for the breathtaking landscapes and the opportunity to improve your Italian language skills. When learning Italian through immersion, however, it’s necessary to know that even native speakers make some pronunciation and grammar mistakes. It is extremely important to recognize th
Italian Grammar: Exploring Cognates and False Cognates
Italian grammar can be a tough thing for beginners to master. Below, Italian teacher Giulio G. gives a brief lesson in recognizing Italian cognates and false cognates... Although English and Italian belong to two different language families, they have lexis similarities. In fact, it is estimated that around 30 percent of the English vocabulary comes from Romance and Latin sources. It's for this exact reason why it is possible to find many cognates--or words that sound or are spelled th

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