Italian Word of the Day: Niente (nothing / anything)

English speakers are taught from an early age that putting more than one negative in a sentence is grammatically incorrect. In fact, I’m sure my English teacher would have spontaneously combusted had I ever written “I don’t have nothing,” in one of my essays! Not so in Italian! In the language of love, it is …

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Italian Word of the Day: Tutto (everything)

An extremely useful word in Italian is tutto which translates as everything in English. Learn with this video: Tutto Hai finito tutto? Allora puoi andare fuori a giocare. Have you finished everything? Well, you can go out and play then. It may be followed by the pronouns ciò or quello if the speaker elaborates on …

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How to Say “We” in Italian – Noi

When conjugating a verb in a sentence , the first person plural, we, translates to noi in Italian. Noi abitiamo in Inghilterra. We live in England. In Italian, the person can often be omitted from the sentence because unlike English, the conjugated verb changes for each person, so it becomes obvious what the subject is. …

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