Vedere – to see

Vedere - to seeVedere is one of the most common Italian verbs and is used much like its English equivalent: “to see.”


Shops and Businesses

Italian shops and businesses
Unless you have a personal assistant, running errands is an unavoidable part of life. Food needs to be purchased, clothing washed, and money moved around on a regular basis. Here are the Italian names for the shops and robbers businesses that provide essential supplies and services.




Italian Halloween vocabulary
Halloween is not an Italian holiday, but learning the Italian translations for Halloween vocabulary can be fun, especially for younger students. Happy Halloween!


Reflexive Pronouns

Italian reflexive pronounsReflexive pronouns reiterate the subject, which may seem redundant, but in fact serves an important purpose: it indicates that the subject of the verb is performing that action on itself.



Italian alphabetThe letter S has two pronunciations in Italian as in English. Most words follow specific rules that spell out which pronunciation is correct.


Dovere – must, to have to

Dovere - must, to have toDovere is a very common Italian verb with irregular conjugations and an unusual relationship to some of its English equivalents. It has several meanings related to obligation, supposition, and expectation.