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Learn Italian with ItalianPod101.com! Italians love to eat, and they take great pride in the appearance of their tables as well. From the first ingredient in each course to the last fine Italian silk that lay on the table, Italians do not compromise when it comes to fine dining. Have you ever taken one ingredient off of your kitchen shelf and tasted it by itself-paprika, for instance? It sure doesn’t taste very good alone! However, when you add paprika to thousands of different recipes, it makes the food taste wonderful! Italians spend a great deal of time in preparing and serving their beautiful Italian meals. When you sit at an Italian table, you can easily choose what you want to eat. Italians lay it all out for you to see on the table! In this Italian Newbie Lesson, we do the same thing with all of the Italian demonstrative adjectives you have learned. We lay them all out on the table for you!
Learning Italian with ItalianPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Italian! This Italian Newbie lesson puts the entire collection of Italian demonstrative adjectives you have learned together in one place. We will review what you have learned thus far about Italian demonstrative adjectives and how gender and number affect them. You will also learn how to say “that is too expensive!” in Italian. Finally, we will tell you about Italians’ love of a beautifully adorned table. Visit us at ItalianPod101.com where you will find many more fantastic Italian lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
Learn Italian with ItalianPod101.com! Are you traveling to Italy because it’s rich in history and art or to shop, work, or eat? Regardless, there are some Italian words and phrases you simply must learn how to say! Shopping for shoes in Milan is not going to be easy if you cannot communicate well with the clerks in Italian! You learned in our last Italian Newbie Lesson how to tell someone that you wanted “this shirt” in Italian. Now you need to figure out how to tell someone, “I have got to have these boots!” in Italian? It could be very uncomfortable to tour the streets and museums of Rome with only one boot! Save yourself the pain and anguish (and embarrassment!) and learn this phrase in Italian now!
Learning Italian with ItalianPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Italian! This Italian Newbie lesson will teach you how to ask how much “these” cost in Italian by forming the plural of the Italian demonstrative adjective questo. You will also learn how gender and number affect the conjugation of these Italian adjectives, and we’ll tell you why many people love shoe shopping in Italy! Visit us at ItalianPod101.com where you will find many more fantastic Italian lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!