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a. Masculine. Now all students can enjoy reading and listening to news. Mangiare, guardare, parlare, comprare In the second group, “Seconda coniugazione” ( i.e. Most nouns in the singular end in -o, -a, or -e. 2 Italian nouns ending in -o are usually masculine: 3 Italian nouns ending in -a are usually feminine: Definite and indefinite articles are the subject of Unit 2. Planning a trip to Italy? This makes learning definite articles a bit more complicated, but once you know the structure, it’s relatively simple to get used to. In Italian, on the other hand, the definite article has different forms according to the gender, number, and even the first letter or two of the noun it precedes. their definite articles, but there will be no discussion of the articles as such. From Italian For Dummies, 2nd Edition.

Non sedere a tavola in 13 persone. Easy articles for Italian students: Superstizioni a tavola Se ricevete un invito a casa di qualche amico/conoscente italiano, è meglio conoscere alcuni comportamenti considerati sconvenienti in Italia e, se possibile, evitarli.

In the first group, “Prima coniugazione” ( First conjugation) there are verbs ending in -are. We write news in three different levels of English.

Then check the transcript. Remember that in Italian, every noun is either masculine or feminine so the definite article, "the" in English, is either masculine singular, masculine plural, feminine singular or feminine plural. Italian Conversations is a series of Italian listening exercises based on everyday situations. Learn some basic Italian to make it more fulfilling. We can understand the conjugation of each verb, watching at his ending of the infinitive form. Listen to the dialogue a few times.

Il l ibro / the book Il v ino / … If you are starting out with Italian this set of articles will introduce some of the basic key concepts and give the opportunity to test your comprehension. Get to know Italian greetings, question words, numbers, and the days of the week.

Il : for masculine singular nouns which start with a consonant.

We can divide Italian verbs in 3 big groups called “Coniugazioni” (conjugations). By Francesca Romana Onofri, Karen Antje Moller, Teresa L. Picarazzi . To view the Advanced Lessons, click here. To view the Italian Language Section click here.