The aptly named indefinite article (un, uno, una, dei, degli, delle) indicates an unspecific or unidentified noun.
Coordinating conjunctions are small words that connect two or more grammatically equivalent words or phrases. The connected words might be adjectives, nouns, adverbs, verbs, or even independent clauses; the important thing is that they’re equal and each one serves the same function in the sentence.
Knowing how to ask questions in Italian is essential for making plans, shopping, traveling, getting to know people, and any other activity that requires obtaining information. There are two different types of questions, and different ways to ask each type.
Italian possessive pronouns (il mio, la tua, i suoi …) are used in place of nouns to indicate to whom or to what those nouns belong.
A verb is the action word in a sentence. It is the word that says what happens, discusses an action, or describes a state of being.