A1 and A2 Italian language levels (for beginner and elementary classes of Italian language)
Please, when you are studying Italian avoid the temptation to make absolute comparisons to English (or other languages). There are too many fundamental differences between the (two) languages, although there are many similarities . Moreover, listen to Italian songs and sing along with them, you’ll find the grammar and sense of the language will come in unawares.
- Your first lesson 🙂 un breve (=short) testo su “c’è – ci sono”, sul genere (=gender) delle parole (=words) e sulla differenza tra plurale e singolare in italiano and the definite article
The 3 conjugations: -ARE; -ERE; -IRE (Present tense)
- First conjugation: exercises (+ solutions) la prima coniugazione e la forma interrogativa (= interrogative form) I suggest you to listen to this song “Tanto” by Jovanotti (singer’s pronunciation is clear) to improve your listen skill and your confidence in Italian language and Interrogative form. Here you can find the lyrics of this song
Some irregular verbs – present tense
Test 1 and Test 2 on Italian present tense and Italian pronouns
Italian “Passato Prossimo”