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Beginner Italian: Il Passato Prossimo (Present-Perfect Tense)
One of the most common ways of forming the past tense is il passato prossimo, or what we know in English as the present-perfect tense.
How To Conjugate Reflexive Verbs In Italian
Understanding reflexive verbs in Italian is not only vital for certain verbs, but also opens the door to advanced grammatical constructs.
Grammar 101: What Is A Reflexive Verb?
While the concept of reflexive verbs is mostly unused in English, it is a vital concept in almost all other languages.
How To Say The Days Of The Week In German
German days are fairly easy to remember as they closely resemble their English counterparts.
How To Say The Days Of The Week In Russian
When learning the days of the week, I find it helpful to understand where the names come from. In Russian, this ended up being super-easy!
How To Say The Days Of The Week In Italian
In Italian, it's fascinating to learn a little about the Italian language's Roman roots for days.
How To Form And Use Italian Diminutives
Today I'll teach you how to form and use diminutives in the Italian language.
Italian For Beginners: The Continuous Tense
Today we're going to continue exploring the Italian forms of 'to be' by learning to use the continuous tense.