Posts Tagged ‘questions’
Level: 5 Minutes A Day
Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod.com – According to the feedback received, everyone seems to like this “Travel Survival” series and find it very useful, so… here’s more! This time, let’s go back into “travel survival mode” and let’s practice a lot of useful, ready-to-use Italian words, sentences, and expressions that you can use in many different occasions if you (or someone with you) ever need health care while in Italy. We certainly hope you’ll never need this lesson, but, as the saying goes, “better safe than sorry”. After all, good health is truly everything!
[How Would You Say It – Asking Questions: Who, What, Where, When, Why – LearnItalianPod VIP Members Extra Bonus!] Login to the Learning Center to find, as a special extra bonus, a super useful audio file with PDF transcript entitled “How Would You Say It – Asking Questions: Who, What, Where, When, Why“, a terrific way to test and improve your knowledge of Italian by translating words and sentences on the fly. Practice this, and become a master of asking questions… in Italian!
5 Minutes A Day – Episode #33
Level: How To Italian
Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod! The “5Ws and an H” (Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How) are the fundamentals of clear and concise communication – in every language. It is a formula for getting the “full” story on something, and it’s a fantastic way to learn how to make questions while learning Italian. So, let’s learn and practice how to ask questions using these little but extremely important words: “chi” (who), “cosa” (what), “dove” (where), “quando” (when), “perche'” (why), and “come” (how). Enjoy!
How To Italian – Episode Nr.19
Jennifer, a student of Italian coming from Australia, has the opportunity to practice her Italian with Giovanni, a nice young gentleman that is trying to help her out. Today Professor Frison (aka Jane) will explain the grammar rule that in English is called “present perfect continuous”, the one we use to show that something started in the past and has continued up until now. Finally, we’ll wish “buona fortuna” to Jennifer, a very smart young lady that a year ago became one of the first LearnItalianPod subscribers – and after a few months of practice she felt she was ready to go to Italy to spend a year there studying Italian – and she’s doing it!
Intermediate Level – Lesson Nr. 34
One of the best way to enjoy Italy is renting a car, driving through the countryside, and stop for the night at a typical family-run small hotel. Let’s make sure that making a reservation and checking in at that cozy Italian hotel is going to be easy and fun by practicing these simple but very useful sentences.
Let’s introduce and practice the verb “To Have” by learning how to ask for someone’s age.
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