The Definitive Guide to Italian Articles for Learning Them… Indefinitely

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Surprise trip to Italy!

Articles of clothing? Check.

Indefinite supply of sunglasses? Check!

And what about brushing up on those travel phrases? Double check!

But wait! While you’re reviewing those travel phrases, why not review some Italian, too? I’m …

The Importance of “Stare” in Italian and Its Many Uses

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We do a lot more “staying” than you’d think.

We stay home. We stay still. We stay online to read really cool language learning blogs (wink, nudge).

The point is, on the surface, knowing how to use the verb “stay” …

The Guide to the Italian Formal “You” for Socially Conscious Learners

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No one wants to be rude.

At least, we hope.

Talking to others with proper manners is an important part of getting along in any language and Italian is no exception.

In fact, Italian has its own rules for what …

Italian Auxiliary Verbs for Beginners: Everything You Need to Know

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When you first hear the term “auxiliary verb” you might think “whoa, that sounds complicated!”

But fear not, because they’re actually super simple to use.

And, odds are, you already know what the Italian auxiliary verbs are. You just don’t …

Study from Home: 6 Online Italian Courses for College Credit

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“Ask for help, and early and often… Don’t do this in isolation. College wasn’t meant to be alone.” — Michelle Obama

For many, Italian is an essential college course.

You might need to learn Italian for the credits or to …

Let’s Eat! How to Order Food in Italian and Feast Like a Roman

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Martin Scorsese once said: “If your mother cooks Italian food, why should you go to a restaurant?”

But not everyone has an Italian mother—so not every table is laden with delicious, home-cooked Italian food.

And while cooking can, of …

How to Say “I Love You” in Italian to Your Special Little Meatball

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“Anche in paradiso non è bello essere soli.” (“Even in paradise it’s not good to be alone.”)

This quaint proverb is actually the Italian view on love. And to most Italians—and certainly many visitors—Italy is a paradise on earth.…

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