Grammar of Italian

Italian Question Words – Get Your Eye Immediately(!) On the 7 Most Common Question Words in Italian – Go Learn Italian!
Italian Question Words – Get Your Eye Immediately(!) On the 7 Most Common Question Words in Italian – Go Learn Italian!

Italian Question Words – Get Your Eye Immediately(!) On the 7 Most Common Question Words in Italian – Go Learn Italian!

Discover an easy way to learn some common Italian question words: here’s “Gianna”, a nonsense song by Rino Gaetano, live at Sanremo festival 1978 (question words in Italian are in the second part):

Italian Indefinite Articles – Learn the Italian Language With 1 Inspiring Italian Song
Italian Indefinite Articles – Learn the Italian Language With 1 Inspiring Italian Song

Italian Indefinite Articles – Learn the Italian Language With 1 Inspiring Italian Song

What is the best way to become familiar with the use of Italian indefinite articles if not in a fun way, by listening and singing 2 catchy Italian songs?

Italian nouns in 2 Catchy Songs: Sing Along, Get Fun Learn Many Basic Nouns By Heart!
Italian nouns in 2 Catchy Songs: Sing Along, Get Fun Learn Many Basic Nouns By Heart!

Italian nouns in 2 Catchy Songs: Sing Along, Get Fun Learn Many Basic Nouns By Heart!

Here’s a lesson is about the genders and numbers of the Italian nouns with Loredana Bertè, by singing “Sei Bellissima (“You’re very beautiful”). Learn singular and plural nouns in Italian and also some irregular nouns in Italian.

Italian Articles: Learning Their Quite Complicated Rules With Ease Through 4 Videos (The Best Way, Hands Off!) – Go Learn Italian!
Italian Articles: Learning Their Quite Complicated Rules With Ease Through 4 Videos (The Best Way, Hands Off!) – Go Learn Italian!

Italian Articles: Learning Their Quite Complicated Rules With Ease Through 4 Videos (The Best Way, Hands Off!) – Go Learn Italian!

Skip to content One of the most challenging grammar rules for the Italian language learner is the use of Italian articles. Basically there are 3 types of masculine articles in the singular (il, lo, l’) and two in the plural…

Italian Diminutives 101 – Learn How To Form And Use Italian Diminutives – Sing & Learn Quickly!
Italian Diminutives 101 – Learn How To Form And Use Italian Diminutives – Sing & Learn Quickly!

Italian Diminutives 101 – Learn How To Form And Use Italian Diminutives – Sing & Learn Quickly!

Skip to content Un regalino – A small gift In the following post, you have the “musical chance” to learn the Italian diminutives  with the ending “-ino”, used very often in the Italian lanfguage (with the added meaning of “small”, “little”).…

Italian Simple Past 101 – Learn This Italian Verb Tense by Singing a Beautiful Song
Italian Simple Past 101 – Learn This Italian Verb Tense by Singing a Beautiful Song

Italian Simple Past 101 – Learn This Italian Verb Tense by Singing a Beautiful Song

Learn Italian simple past, listening to Mina singing “La canzone di Marinella” (Marinella’s song), written by the singer song-writer Fabrizio De Andrè: La canzone di Marinella (Marinella’s Song) Questa di Marinella è la storia vera This is the true story of Marinella, che scivolò; nel fiume…

Negative Expressions in Italian 101 – Learn Italian By Heart Through Songs & With Fun (Proven Method)

Listening to Italian love songs you can learn now some common negative expressions in Italian. Here’s Laura Pausini singing “Non c’è”. Sing along to learn what’s probably the most used negative phrase in Italy: Tu non rispondi più al telefono You don’t…

How to Use the Italian Reflexive Verbs – Easy and Short Lesson (with 1 Video)…

This Italian Grammar lesson covers the Italian Reflexive Verbs and the Italian Reflexive Pronouns. In the Italian language, a verb is considered reflexive if the subject (the performer of the action) and the object (the receiver of the action) are the same. 

Common Italian Verbs: “Essere” &”Stare” – Easily Learn 2 Ways of Saying “To Be” in Italian

Here are some videos that clearly explain the differences between these 2 very common Italian verbs. Their  meaning is (in general): Essere = to be – Stare = to stay/to be