Hot Tip: Mastering Italian Auxiliary Verbs
When in doubt, here are four simple rules for when you need to use the verb ‘essere.’
10 Specialties Of Traditional Sicilian Cuisine
Between the street food, the starters, the desserts, and countless other delicacies, it wasn’t an easy choice. But we finally picked out 10 well-known Sicilian dishes to take you deep into the tradition and history of this enchanting island.
Hot Tip: Pronouncing The Italian ‘Gli’ Sound
It’s a tough sound to master, but you can always fake it until you make it.
11 Words Invented By Italian-Americans
It’s not all “gabagool.” Here’s a fun collection of words invented by Italian-American immigrants during the past century.
5 Very Good, Very Specific Tips To Learn Italian
Is it difficult to learn Italian? Maybe you just need some hints to help you succeed. Here are our 5 very specific tips for learning Italian, from a linguist and Italian native speaker!
Italian Modal Verbs And How To Use Them
In Italian, modality is expressed by the verbs volere, potere and dovere. Here’s a guide to how these everyday modal verbs work.
Hot Tip: Making Sense Of Italian Prepositions
The ins and outs of whether you should use di, in, or a can get confusing. Here’s a shortcut that can help.
5 Professions That Require Unusual Language Skills
From opera singers belting out Verdi to auctioneers speaking a mile a minute to shepherds whistling the latest news, we profile jobs with wildly different linguistic skill sets.
What The Names Of Pasta Shapes Really Mean
Most pasta shape names are pretty tame, but a couple of them might shock you.
What Are The 10 Most Spoken Languages In Europe?
Europe is home to hundreds of languages, including some of the most widely spoken languages in the world. But what languages dominate this diverse region? We rank the top 10.
From Milan To Naples: Italian Dialects In Music
To better understand the soul of Italian, you need to get to know its dialects.
A Simple Guide To The Complex Topic Of Gender-Neutral Pronouns
The singular “they” is now recognized by leading dictionaries and style guides in English. What about in other languages?