Italian Word of the Day: Ora (hour)

If you learn one Italian word related to time today, make sure it is ora (feminine, plural: ore)! One of the most common translations of this word is hour, as in the time unit of 60 minutes measured by the clock. Questa lezione d’Italiano dura quasi un’ora. This Italian lesson lasts almost an hour. A …

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How to Say “I can’t wait!” in Italian – Non vedo l’ora!

If you’re waiting impatiently for something to happen, such as a visit from a friend or the brand new season of your favourite TV show, the best phrase you can use is non vedo l’ora in Italian. The literal translation is I can’t see the hour (I’m too impatient to envision the moment) but it …

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