17. Mom Is Always Mom (5 Minutes A Day)

LearnItalianPod Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod.com – Episode #17 of LearnItalianPod “5 Minutes A Day” lesson series is now live! This one is entitled “Mom Is Always Mom”. Like in many other countries, on May 9th 2010 Italians celebrate “Mother’s Day”, and, sure as sunrise, this is a very important day in Italy: in fact, Italians truly love their moms (we’re sure you know this already!) and they love to celebrate their mother’s day in a big way!

So, let’s celebrate “Mother’s Day” the Italian way, by learning and practicing a collection of famous greetings that Italians use year after year to celebrate their moms! On this lesson you’ll definitely find a lot of useful, ready-to-use Italian words, sentences, and expressions that you can use in many different occasions. Enjoy!

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5 Minutes A Day – Episode #17


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4 thoughts on “17. Mom Is Always Mom (5 Minutes A Day)”

  1. Buona festa della mamma! Hey Jane & Massimo, I’ve enjoyed this episode – a lot of useful sentences. After many attempts, I think I finally got the entire c’e’, ci sono, etc. thing. 

  2. Marc, c’e’ da ridere means (literally) “there is to laugh”. A great Italian expression is “cosa c’e’ da ridere?” – it means “what is there to laugh about?”.

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