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It’s Not To Be, It’s To Have

VIP Member and friend Giuseppe from Vancouver, Canada, made a good point when he noticed that the Italian verb “Avere” (To Have) is used with many idiomatic expressions that normally use the verb “To Be” in English. Then Giuseppe asked us if we could do a lesson about it. — Great idea, Giuseppe! — So, let’s learn and practice 12 must-know Italian idiomatic expressions that use the verb “Avere” in Italian but that are translated in English with the verb “To Be”. — Then as usual, after listening to the story, take the “7 Question Challenge” to test your comprehension, speaking, and grammar skills.

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