“Piacere” is a very important verb for the Italian traveler to know in the past tense. Once we tap into the Italian way of thinking, and learn a few simple examples, it becomes easy to express how much we have liked what we have experienced in Italy!
“Piacere” is a very important verb for the Italian traveler to know, since there are so many people, places and things “to like”in Italy! Once we tap into the Italian way of thinking, and learn a few simple examples, it becomes easy to express how much we like things in Italian!
Learn Italian with Italian phrases we use every day! Part 5: What I saw, what I see, and what I am looking at in Italian. In daily conversation we often describe what we saw, or what we see or are looking at. Several important Italian expressions also use the verb “to see” to describe the desire to meet someone or show someone something. Remember these commonly used phrases for your every day Italian conversations!
Italian Subjunctive Mode –
Il Congiuntivo: Reprinted from the original blog below is an explanation of why the subjunctive mode is important in Italian and a list of Italian words and phrases that take the Italian subjunctive mode. This is the full list of phrases that was discussed in the series. I hope you find this list useful!
Learn Italian and Describe Your Needs! Find out how to talk about what you need in Italian, using common phrases like “ho bisogno di,” “Mi serve,” and “Voglio che tu…” in our blog today!
Learn Italian for every day! Part 3: Many Italian past tense verbs will be used every day to tell others about an important event that has happened to us. How many can you think of? Learn how to incorporate “commonly used phraess” in Italian to express yourself quickly and easily.
For Italians and Americans alike, how much time something takes, or will take, is very important. Learn the important phrases to know to talk about the passage of time in Italian.
Visit the Learn Italian! blog from June 5, 2016 to read the entire article, and get started learning how to express yourself more naturally and fluently in Italian! To take that giant step from simple beginning sentences to more complex and fluid sentences in Italian using the subjunctive, in this segment, we will discuss phrases that take the subjunctive mode and use the verbs volere, desiderare, piacere, and dispiacere. We will also learn the conjugation of the subjunctive mode for the “-are, -ere, and -ire” verbs and the commonly used verbs andare, fare, and sapere. Example sentences to follow!