Author Archive | Stevie D.

A Grand Tour of Italian-speaking Countries: From Italy to the World

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Let me play psychic for a moment.

You’re here not just because you want to know which countries speak Italian.

More importantly, you want to know “if it’s worth it…”

You know, the question every Italian language learner asks …

Into the Wolf’s Mouth! 4 Ways to Say Good Luck in Italian

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Do you know the biggest secret to making lots of Italian friends?

It’s really easy!

Be nice to them. (Mind-boggling, I know.)

Show them that you’re on their team and that you want them to succeed.

Boost their …

Put Away Your Pocketbook! Learn Italian Online for Free with Audio Clips and Conversations

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Did you know that you can learn Italian without spending a single dime—and with your eyes closed?

That’s right! For no cost at all, you can be transported to a lively Italian piazza where you’ll be immersed in Italian culture …

150+ Italian Nouns for Beginners: An Essential List and Grammar Guide

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I’m about to say something fascinating, so pay attention. Are you ready? Here it comes:

Nouns.

What, aren’t you fascinated?

Okay, the concept of nouns may seem pretty boring on its surface. But nouns themselves? They can represent beautiful things. …

How to Use “Allora” in Italian: Meanings, Expressions and More

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Ever heard about the Swiss Army knife that has 141 different functions?

It has a tweezer, toothpick, magnifying glass, nail file, fish scaler, laser pointer, tire tread gauge, hook disgorger and more—no, it doesn’t fit in your pocket!…

From Here to Sunday: A Complete Guide to the Italian Days of the Week

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Yup, today is that day.

We’re going to make this day count.

Today, you’ll learn about the days of the week in Italian!

Why?

Well, for so many reasons!

So you can schedule coffee dates with native speakers.…

Italian Verb Conjugation Made Easy: The Essential Guide

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Yup, this is “the topic.”

This is “that part” in the course.

If you ask former language students where they gave up on learning Italian, or where they thought the end of the road was, it’s here: Italian verb conjugations