Italian language

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The Italian verb portare (to bring, to take, to wear)

Italian language Written by Federica  in Italian language What is the meaning of portare? The Italian verb portare means to bring, to take (something or someone somewhere), to wear and to carry. For English speakers in particular, it’s important to avoid confusing portare (to take something or someone somewhere) with prendere (to get/ to collect). These are both translated as

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The Italian verb prendere (to take, to catch, to get…and others)

Italian language Written by Federica  in Italian language What is the meaning of prendere? The Italian verb prendere has many different meanings and, for this reason, it’s a key one to learn in Italian. Here is a list of possible translations for prendere, as well as examples of its use. 1. Prendere as to catch (a cold, a bus,

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Is There A Difference Between Scordare And Dimenticare? Find Out Here.

The difference between scordare and dimenticare and, in particular, whether they can be used interchangeably, has sparked some debate among students of Italian and native speakers of Italian alike. In today’s Italian, scordare and dimenticare are synonyms and, in practice, they are used interchangeably. That said, the two verbs have different etymologies (or origins), whereby

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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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