In Italian, there are mainly two ways to tell someone the content of a conversation: one is using the direct speech, the other is using the so-called reported speech. – This time, thanks to VIP Member Valentina who lives in London, England, we’re going to answer to this basic but fundamental question: “In Italian, how do I tell someone the content of a conversation?” — Excellent question, Valentina, so let’s find out the answer. Enjoy!
VIP Members Only: Login to the Learning Center to find the full transcript of this lesson in Italian and English, the premium audio containing the examples from the lesson with plenty of extra sentences with blank spaces after each sentence so you can practice your pronunciation over and over, and some great interactive flashcards, English to Italian – so each flashcard will challenge you on “how to say something in Italian when you are thinking in English” – a great, “real-life situation” exercise.
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