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Italian Instruction

Italian lessons given by native speakers. You can master the Italian language by copying Italian teachers, and practicing at home.

Vocabulary
140 Italian Words
Italian Phrases
Tourist Phrases
100 Verbs
Increase Your Vocabulary
300 Words - Italian Culture
Groceries
Italian Cosmetics
Counting in Italian
Italian Numbers To 900
Advanced Italian Phrases
Italian Vocabulary
12 Words And Expressions
Italian Vocabulary At The Beach
Learn Italian Holidays
Pictures And Video
Learn Italian
Bookstore Vocabulary
Video Vocabulary


Idioms
Idioms - Essere Alla Frutta
Idioms - Parlare A Braccio
Idioms - Durare Da Natale A
Friendly Expressions
Italian Expressions


How To Say
How To Say To Move In
How To Say Then In Italian
How To Say To Wear
Comprare In Imperfetto
How To Use Ne In Italian
How To Use Ci In Italian
How To Use Piacere In Italian:
Italian Pronunciation: E Vs È
How To Say Should, Would, Could


Conversation
Speak Italian Like An Italiano
Italian Pronunciation
Speaking About Wellbeing
Essential Expressions
Italian Conversation / Dialogues
Italian Girl From Rome Responds
How To Speak More Politely
Speak More Informally
Italian Conversations


Listening Practice
Listening & Comprehension
Shadowing Italian Practice
Improve Italian Pronunciation
Practice Your Italian
Italian Listening: La Barcolana
Listening: Food Traditions
Italian Listening Comprehension


Grammar
Italian Mistakes
Understanding Italian Verbs
Italian Verbs - Avere And Essere
Noun Genders - Masculine
Gerunds Vs Present Tense
Learn Italian Prepositions: Di Vs Da
Italian Grammar
Italian Verbs Conjugation
Italian Tenses
Top 3 Mistakes To Avoid
Learn Italian Grammar
Simple Prepositions
Indefinite Adjectives
Past Tense, Passato Prossimo
Stare Per + Infinito
Verbs Volerci And Metterci


Supermarket Conversation


In this lesson you will learn the vocabulary and useful phrases for shopping in a supermarket in Italy. Io sono pronto per fare la spesa in supermercato in Italia.

At the Post Office


Learn what to say at the post office in Italy. Really a great effort to help out beginners.

Italian in 30 Minutes


Follow along, in order to learn some common Italian words and expressions faster.

Italian A1 Level Test


Here is an Italian A1 level test. Don't worry if you don't know some of these topics, take it as a starting point to review.

Italian Idioms

Idioms tell a lot about the Italian people and culture.
Here's a list of commonly-used Italian idioms below:

Trovarsi fra l’incudine e il martello
- To be between the anvil and the hammer
English meaning: Between a rock and hard place.

Hai voluto la bicicletta? Allora, pedala!
- You wanted a bike? Now, pedal!
English meaning: It’s your own doing. Deal with it.

Sputa il rospo
- Spit the toad
English meaning: Speak up.

Colto con le mani nel sacco
- Caught with his hands in the bag
English meaning: Caught red-handed.

Alla come viene, viene
- It comes out as it comes out
English meaning: It is what it is.

L’abito non fa il monaco
- The dress does not make the monk
English meaning: Clothes don’t make the man.

Calare le brache
- To pull down one’s pants
English meaning: to chicken out.

Chiudere bottega
- to close up shop
English meaning: to give up.

Avere un cervello di gallina
- To have a hen’s brain
English meaning: shows poor judgment.

Cane non mangia cane
- Dog does not eat dog
English meaning: It’s a dog-eat-dog world.

Avere le braccine corte
- To have short arms
English meaning: Not generous.

Caduto dalle nuvole
- Fallen from the clouds
English meaning: Taken by surprise.

Tale padre, tale figlio
- Such father, such son
English meaning: Like father, like son.

Tutto fa brodo
- Everything makes broth
English meaning: Every little thing counts.


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