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The Omnipresent Verb “Fare”

This episode is entitled “The Omnipresent Verb ‘Fare'”. Matteo from San Francisco, California, says: “I love learning Italian. It is such a musical language, and you can get caught up in that music.”

Then he adds: “I’ve recently spent one entire month in Italy, and one of the things I’ve noticed is how much Italians use the verb ‘fare’ (to do, to make), and how many Italian idiomatic expressions use this verb, where English use other verbs. I think that a lesson about this verb is in order.”

We agree, Matteo. So, let’s learn and practice the important verb “fare” together with a lot of useful, ready-to-use idiomatic expressions.

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