Learn Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! Blog Series #40 – 51

 
Author Kathryn Occhipinti, MD
Kathryn Occhipinti, MD Author of “Conversational Italian for Travelers” books

Learn Italian with “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” —  the 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 40th through 51st blogs of this ongoing series, from the year 2021, are summarized on this page.

To read blogs #40-51 on our Conversational Italian! blogsite: scroll down this page and click on the link below each blog summary.  Visit pages on the header that list blogs #1-39 for links to access the full blogs from earlier in this series dating back to 2018. Of course, the most recent blogs from 2022 are listed in order of appearance on our Conversational Italian! blog and our publishers’ Facebook page, Stella Lucente Italian. 
 
If you want, visit the associated website, Learn Travel Italian.com  for cultural notes about Italy and FREE audio dialogues that tell the story about Caterina, and American girl from Italy, who travels to Italy.

******And remember…

The “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY day!” blog series expands on basic Italian phrases and Italian grammar available in the Conversational Italian for Travelers series of books, published by Stella Lucente, LLC, 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 the Conversational Italian for Travelers books from Stella Lucente, LLC in PDF format on two electronic devices can also be obtained at Learn Travel Italian.com.

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Conversational Italian for Travelers “Just the Verbs”
and “Just the Grammar” 
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Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – How to Say, “I feel..” with “Stare”

This post is the 40th in the 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 this series, “Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day!” just click HERE

Many “commonly used phrases” in Italian

start with “I feel” 

and use the verb

Stare

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – How to Say “I feel…” on Valentines Day with “Sentirsi”

This post is the 41st 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 feel” 

and use the verb

Sentirsi 

 

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – How to Say ” To be about to” with “Stare Per”

This post is the 42nd 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 am about to” 

and use the verb + preposition combination

Stare + per 

 

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – Let’s Talk About… How Much Does it Cost? “Quanto Costa?”

This post is the 43rd 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 ask
Quanto costa?
How much does it cost?

 

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – “As far as I know” with Sapere in the Subjunctive Mood

This post is the 44th 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 “As far as I know…” 

and use the subjunctive form of the verb sapere,
which is s
appia  

See below for how this works.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – Getting from polite to familiar in Italian with “Dare del tu!”

This post is the 45th 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

The “commonly used phrase” in Italian

Dare del tu?
is used to ask,
Let’s be friends and use the familiar form with each other!

 

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – The many uses of the Italian verb “Riuscire”

This post is the 46th 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
riuscire.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – “He Said/She Said” and Object Pronouns

This post is the 47th 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 past tense verb + indirect object pronoun
Mi ha detto…

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – How to Say, “I miss you…” with Mancare

This post is the 48th 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
Mancare

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

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

This post is the 49th 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
Italian Football, or Calcio.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – The many uses of the Italian Verb “Tenere”

This post is the 50th 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
tenere.

To read the full blog, click HERE.


 

Italian Phrases We Use EVERY Day! – Let’s talk about… An Italian Christmas Celebration

This post is the 51st 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 during the 
Christmas  Holiday Season

To read the full blog in this series, click HERE.


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