Aimigo – Italian Chat App

Finding opportunities to speak Italian isn’t always easy, especially if you feel nervous about making mistakes. But what if you could speak as much as you want, anytime and anywhere the mood strikes, without worrying about your level? Allow me to introduce Aimigo – a fun, stress-free way to practice your Italian.

Regular Feminine and Plural Nouns

Feminine and plural Italian nounsLike English nouns, most Italian nouns have singular and plural forms. In addition, Italian nouns referring to people and animals often have different masculine and feminine forms, which means that these nouns can have up to four forms.



Sapere vs Conoscere

Sapere vs conoscereDo you know how to say "know" in Italian? There are two verbs with distinct meanings, used in completely different situations. And just to keep things interesting, they sometimes have different meanings in different tenses. Confused? After you read this lesson, you’ll know all you need to know.


Telling Time

Telling time in ItalianKnowing how to tell time is essential for traveling, meeting up with friends, making appointments, and getting to work or school on time. Once you learn these formulas, you’ll never have an excuse to be late again!


Se Clauses: First Conditional

Italian se clausesThe first conditional is an if-then proposition that talks about a likely situation: if something happens (the condition), then something else happens (the result).


Avere – to have

Avere - to have - Italian verbAvere is one of the most common and useful Italian verbs and has irregular conjugations in just about every tense and mood. Avere literally means “to have,” but also serves an an auxiliary verb and is found in many idiomatic expressions.


Indefinite Adjectives

Italian indefinite adjectivesIndefinite adjectives like altro, ogni, and tutto describe nouns in a general or non-specific way. Many indefinite adjectives indicate a vague quantity.