Learn Italian Phrases to Use EVERY Day! Blog Series #29 – 39

Author Kathryn Occhipinti, MD
Kathryn Occhipinti, MD Author of Conversational Italian for Travelers

Learn Italian Phrases to use EVERY day! is a blog series written by Kathryn Occhipinti, author of the Conversational Italian for Travelers series of books.  In this series, she shares her insights and method into the best way to learn how to speak fluently in the Italian language.

The 29th through 39th blogs in this series are summarized here on this page.  Just click on the links to read the full blog.
If you want, visit the associated website, Learn Travel Italian.com  for cultural notes about Italy and FREE audio dialogues that tell the story of Caterina, and American girl from Italy, who travels to Italy.

******And remember…

This blog series expands on basic Italian phrases and Italian grammar available in the Conversational Italian for Travelers series of books, including the take-along pocket book of Italian phrases from the series, “Just the Important Phrases.” All books in this series can be found on amazon.com and Learn Travel Italian.com.

The rights to purchase theConversational Italian for Travelers books in PDF format on two electronic devices can also be obtained at Learn Travel Italian.com.

Conversational Italian for Travelers books are shown side by side, standing up with "Just the Verbs" on the left and "Just the Grammar" on the right
Conversational Italian for Travelers “Just the Grammar” and “Just the Verbs” books
The cover of Conversational Italian for Travelers "Just the Important Phrases" book is viewed on a smartphone
Conversational Italian for Travelers “Just the Important Phrases” book downloaded onto a cell phone


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – The Many Uses of the Italian Verb “Prendere”

This post is the 39th in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in conversation

use the Italian verb
prendere.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – Let’s talk about… TV and the Movies in Italian

This post is the 38th in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases”in Italian

are used to talk about
the weather.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – How to Say, “I know” in Italian: Sapere vs. Conoscere

This post is the 37th in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases”in Italian

start with “I know”
and use the verbs

sapereand conoscere

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – How to Say, “I need…” with “Ho bisogno di,” “Mi serve” and  “Averne Voglia”

This post is the 36th in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in Italian

start with “I need”
and use the verb phrases

“Ho bisogno di…”
“Mi serve…”
“Averne voglia…”

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – How to Say, “I want” with “Volere” and “Desiderare”

This post is the 35th in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in Italian

start with “I want” or “I would like”
and use the verbs

volere and desiderare.

 

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – The Many Uses for “Passare”

This post is the 34th in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in Italian

are used to talk about
the weather.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – The Many Uses for “Passare”

This post is the 33rd in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in conversation

use the Italian verb
passare.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – Past Tense Imperfetto

This post is the 32nd in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in Italian

use the past tense

imperfetto.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – Past Tense Passato Prossimo – “Avere” or “Essere”?

This post is the 31th in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in Italian

use the past tense

passato prossimo. 

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – Where we are going… in Italian!

This post is the 30th in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in Italian

are used to talk about “going” and “coming home”

with the verbs
andare, venire, arrivare, tornare, rientrare.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – Let’s talk about Email… in Italian!

This post is the 29th in a series of Italian phrases we have been trying out in our Conversational Italian! Facebook group.  If you’d like to read the earlier posts in the series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in Italian

are used to talk about, send and receive
email.

See below for how this works.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


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