literally means "to have" and is used in a number of idiomatic expressions. Learn how to be oblivious, have your hands tied, hold a grudge, and more with this list of expressions with avere
Read this lesson on the Italian expression buon anno
to be sure to have a happy new year.
Enjoy your meal with the Italian expression buon appetito
Have yourself a merry Christmas as you learn about the Italian expression buon Natale
Have a good trip with the Italian expression buon viaggio
There are few expressions more useful than c’è
and ci sono
, the Italian equivalents of “there is” and “there are.”
Try not to get too cold with the Italian idiom fare un freddo cane
If you can’t read this lesson on the Italian proverb meglio tardi che mai
right now, you can do it tomorrow – better late than never!
Test your luck with the Italian proverb Sfortunato al gioco, fortunato in amore