Have you ever said I love you in Italian? If you have an Italian partner you probably know how to say I love you in Italian, or you might have heard this expression watching a movie. However, it’s important to distinguish between two ways of saying that, as they are used in different situations. Basically, […]
Learn how to speak Italian and improve your vocabulary learning a new word to use: read what it means and some useful examples!
Did anyone say to you “chi dorme non piglia pesci“? “Chi dorme non piglia pesci” is a super fun Italian idiom and it’s so popular that you might have already come across it…if you didn’t, you will! Everyone knows it and use it widely, so it’s important to know what it means and be able […]
If you are learning to speak Italian, adding a new word to your vocabulary is a great practice: read more about our word of the week!
Make your Italian learning online even more fun adding our word of the week to your vocabulary: this week our word is really useful to learn!
Do you know the Italian idiom “Non tutto il male viene per nuocere“? “Non tutto il male viene per nuocere” is a very common idiomatic expression, so it’s definitely worth learning it! As for other idioms, this one does exist in other languages, probably because it expresses a universal idea. For example, in English we […]
Nowadays we have tons of online Italian resources to learn! Using online Italian apps or different resources is really great to commit to a daily routine and improve your skills. Why don’t you try to learn new words to use in everyday conversation so you can improve your Italian? Taking inspiration from the most common […]
Are you starting your Italian learning experience? Your Italian learning journey is about to start and it’s important to think about your New Year’s Resolution. Learning a language is a fantastic choice, but we need to make it the most effective possible! The first step to take is committing to regular classes: either group lessons […]
“Quando il gatto non c’è, i topi ballano” is a lovely Italian idiom that we use a lot! The first time that you hear someone saying “Quando il gatto non c’è, i topi ballano“, you might be a bit confuse. This idiom is extremely common in Italy and sometimes people say only the first half because […]
Learning Italian online is really great at Happy Languages: read more about our Italian Online Christmas Meet Up and join us!