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Italian Essentials: Congiuntivo Presente (Present Subjunctive)
The congiuntivo presente, or present subjunctive, describes an uncertain verb action in the present tense.
What Exactly Is The Subjunctive Mood?
Today, I'd like to start by talking about what the subjunctive mood is, and where and how it is used.
Some Additional Thoughts On Esperanto
The main problem I have is that I experience Esperanto in a completely different way than I experience any other language, and I assume this is true for most people.
The Magical Aspects Of Russian Verb Construction
Today I want to share the amazing formula with which Russian verbs become perfective or imperfective.
3 Interesting Facts About The Italian Language
Today, we'll look at some interesting facts about Italian, and we'll get back to the details of speaking it later.
Perfective And Imperfective: Verb Aspects Demystified
Today, I would like to discuss the difference between perfective and imperfective verbs.
Language Is A Means, Not An End
What's important is not where you're going, but what you do along the way. And the same thing goes for learning a language.
How To Use The Italian Prefix -s For Inversion Or Negation
One of the most widely used of all Italian prefixes is nothing more than the letter s-.