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Level
Grammar topics
Essere -
I am, you are…
Avere -
I have, you have…
Maschile e femminile -
Masculine and feminine forms of nouns and adjectives
Singolare e plurale -
Singular and plural forms of nouns and adjectives
Articoli determinativi -
Definite articles (like “the”)
Articoli indeterminativi -
Indefinite articles (like “a,an”)
Presente regolare -
Regular verbs: I work, you work…
Presente irregolare: andare, venire, dire, dare, sapere… -
Irregular verbs: to go, to come, to say…
Preposizioni a, in -
How to say “in” (a place)
Domande e risposte -
Turning statements into questions
Frasi negative -
Negative sentences
O -
How to say “or”
Mi piace -
How to say “I like”
Con -
How to say “with”
Che ore sono? A che ora…? -
Telling time
Da quanto tempo…? -
Telling time duration
Perché? Perché…, Per… -
Why, because, for (because of)
Andare a fare… -
To go/come do something
Anche -
Also, neither
Sapere, saper fare, conoscere -
To know, to be able to do
Potere -
Can
Volere -
Want
Dovere -
Must/should/have to do
Avere bisogno di… -
Need
“Di” partitivo -
Some (tea, friends)
C’è, ci sono -
There is/are
Poco, un po’ -
Difference between “a bit” and “not much”
Posizioni: davanti, dietro, sopra, sotto, sinistra, destra… -
Adverbs of location
Possessivi (mio, tuo, suo…) -
Possessive adjectives and pronouns
Stare, essere -
Difference between “to stay” and “to be”
Passato prossimo regolare -
Past simple of regular verbs
Passato prossimo irregolare -
Past simple of irregular verbs
Bene, male, buono, cattivo, bello, brutto, bravo -
Adverbs vs. adjectives: well-good, badly-bad…
“Ci” -
“There” as in “I go there”
Ancora, già, appena, sempre, mai -
Adverbs of time: still, yet, again…
Appena -
As soon as
Proprio -
A typical Italian word meaning “just, exactly, right”
Sia… sia…, né… né… -
Both A and B, neither A nor B
Se -
If clause (type 0/1)
Quando -
When vs. if
Prima, dopo -
Before, after
Anche se -
Even if, even though
Tranne -
Except for
Oltre a -
Other than
Questo, quello -
This, that…
Che, quale -
What vs. which
Allora, quindi -
Then (logical consequence)
Insomma -
A typical Italian word vaguely similar to “all in all”
Almeno -
At least
Magari -
Maybe, possibly (with hope)
Participio passato di volere, potere, dovere -
Simple past of want, can, must
Apposta -
A typical Italian word meaning “on purpose, specifically, all the way”
Ormai -
By now (it’s too late)
Infatti -
A false friend of “in fact”, actually closer to “indeed, in reality”
Futuro regolare -
Future simple of regular verbs
Futuro irregolare -
Future simple of irregular verbs
Futuro di potere, volere e dovere -
Future simple of can, want, must
Poi -
Then (as in an ordered list)
Espressioni di tempo: in, tra, fa -
Time expressions: in, ago…
Lo, la, li, le -
Direct pronouns, as in “I ate it”
Mi chiamo, mi lavo, mi sento… -
Basic reflexive verbs
Portare, prendere -
To take/bring (someone somewhere), to pick up
Davvero, veramente… -
Really
Subito -
At once, immediately
Metà, mezzo -
Half
Uscire, andare -
To go out vs. to leave
Utile/inutile, contento/scontento… -
Useful/useless, happy/unhappy…
Futuro per supposizioni -
Future tense for making assumptions
Ci vuole -
It takes (1 hour)
Ci metto -
It takes me (1 hour), I spend
Bisogna -
Impersonal form of “you need to”
Veloce/velocemente, serio/seriamente -
Adverbs vs. adjectives: quick/quickly, serious/seriosly…
Facile (da), difficile (da)… -
Easy/difficult to do
Per -
"For" as in “for the price, it’s not bad”
Da -
Judging from, based on
Mica -
Do you happen to…? Do you fancy…?
Ri- -
Do/redo, write/rewrite…
Futuro + anche -
Future tense for making assumptions with emphasis
Cioè -
In other words
In effetti -
Actually, indeed
Imperfetto -
Ongoing actions and habits in the past. Imperfect past, regular. As in “you were sleeping”
Imperfetto irregolare -
Imperfect past, irregular
Ogni -
Each, every
Da -
At someone’s place
Senza -
Without doing
Dipende -
It depends
Ogni volta che -
Every time I go…
Tanto per -
Just, as in “just in case”
Pronomi indiretti (mi, ti, gli…) -
Indirect pronouns: “give it to me”
Servire -
A typical italian word meaning “it’s needed”
Servire a -
A typical italian word meaning “it’s needed for”
Mancare -
To miss
Sembrare -
To seem
Sembrare -
To seem + verb
Bastare -
To be enough
Andare, avere voglia di -
To feel like doing
Mi sa che -
A colloquial way to say “i think/guess”
Fare bene/male -
To be good/bad (e.g. To health)

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