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Is it hard to learn Italian? Whether it be for an upcoming vacation in Rome or a business trip to Milan, you want to be fluent in Italian as fast as possible. You want more than basic sentences for travelers. However, our personal and professional life leave little time to
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Learn Italian phrases to survive your trip to Italy! Here’s a free list of common Italian phrases for your first conversation. I also collected the most basic Italian phrases in PDF format at the end of the post. Greetings At the restaurant Directions Travel Family Romance Date & time Cursing I
Congratulations! You’ve just found the best list of the top 1000 most common Italian words. Let me show you how to use it to learn those words fast (spoiler: put them into context). Facts The list Flashcards A better way Why learn the 1000 most common Italian words? Are you
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Learn to curse like an Italian with this collection of swear words! How to swear in Italian The Italian language has a wide repertory of swear words or parolacce. They’re used in everyday conversations, especially the milder bad words. If you ever had a conversation with an Italian in a
Which Italian audio course works best? When I developed my own Italian audio course “Ripeti con me!”, I reviewed other popular courses to combine their best features into it. I’m sharing this little research with you. Audio courses are an excellent way to learn Italian in your car. Each review
How to say hello in Italian? This one of the most important things you’ll need when speaking with natives. Here’s how to choose the right Italian greetings! Why learn Italian greetings It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or advanced speaker, it’s also great to look over the facts and
With so much beauty everywhere in Italy, how to say beautiful in Italian? How to Say Beautiful in Italian Bello The most popular and straightforward way to say beautiful in Italian is ‘bello.’ You may have heard the phrase ‘Ciao bello,’ which means ‘hello, beautiful’ in many TV shows. It’s
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