Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 30)
The Italian Imperfect Tense (Imperfetto) Simplified
When describing an action that was ongoing at some time in the past, you need to use an imperfect verb tense, and that is what the imperfetto is.
Italian Basics: The T-V Distinction
It most likely started in Rome, with the Latin pronouns tu and vos, but these days it can be seen in many languages throughout the world.
First Impressions Of The Turkish Language
My first impression of Turkish is utter fascination - it's an incredible language to learn.
Italian For Beginners: Il Passato Remoto
oday, we're going to cover il passato remoto, the Italian verb tense used to describe things that happened long ago.
Language Learning 101: Use What You Learn Immediately
Stop trying to learn a foreign langauge, and just do it. You already speak a foreign language, anyway. All you need to do is make time for learning more of it.
The First Book You Should Read In A Foreign Language
What you need is your first book. And I'm not talking about one of those side-by-side readers, I'm talking about a legitimate book.
The Reason Why I've Chosen To Learn Italian
While learning Italian has never been explicitly one of my goals in life, it fits in well with many other things.
What Do I Want Out Of Life?
Even though I'm just adding this list to the site today, I'm including some things that I've already done, because they were on my bucket list even before I took the time to write it down.