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What to do after you finish the Duolingo Italian course

You Have Completed The Duolingo Italian Tree – 13 Activities You Should Do Next (And Why They Are Effective)

If you have completed the Italian tree in Duolingo, you will have acquired the basics in Italian and will have a good background for further learning, although it is unlikely that you will be fluent at this point. As a general rule, language apps get you to practise a limited set of examples, scenarios and […]

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Italian phrasal verbs

Does Italian Have Phrasal Verbs? 33 Italian Phrasal Verbs With Translations And Examples

Phrasal verbs are very common in English so, if you are a native English speaker who is learning Italian, you may be wondering if the Italian language has phrasal verbs. The Italian language does indeed have phrasal verbs. Some of these, when translated literally, are very similar, if not identical to, English phrasal verbs and

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What does aspettare mean in Italian

The Verb Aspettare (To Wait) In Italian: A Complete Guide On Meaning, Conjugation And Usage (With Examples)

Written by Federica  in Italian language The meaning of aspettare vs aspettarsi Aspettare in Italian means to wait, to await and, more rarely, to be in store for. It is very important to note that aspettare has a reflexive version, aspettarsi (literally, “to wait oneself”), which has a different meaning. Aspettarsi means to expect. What conjugation does aspettare belong to? Aspettare

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What does offrire mean in Italian

The Italian Verb Offrire (To Offer) – Your Complete Guide On Conjugation, Usage and Examples

Written by Federica  in Italian language The meaning of offrire Offrire in Italian means to offer. It can be used in the sense of to pay for (foods or drinks), to offer a gift, help, services or opportunities. What conjugation does offrire belong to? Offrire belongs to the third Italian conjugation. Its infinitive form ends in -ire (offrire), the participle form is

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What does provare mean in Italian

The Italian Verb Provare (To Attempt, To Try, To Prove)- A Complete Guide On Meaning, Usage and Conjugation

Written by Federica  in Italian language The meaning of provare The verb provare in Italian means, primarily, to try, and can be used in many different ways as to attempt, to try something out, to test, to try on (e.g. clothes), to taste, to prove, to put to the test, to feel (of a feeling or sensation) and

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