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What about andare and uscire...what is the difference?
Hi stephen brenneke,
I'm not sure what you mean. Normally, vocabulary lists are compiled based on the target language (here, Italian) and then a translation in another language (here, English) is offered for each word.
If you want to be quizzed the other way around, I would recommend using Flashcards. There you will find mixed questions, Eng -> Ita or Ita -> Eng.
Hope this helps, don't hesitate to comment if you have any questions!
Reverse this exercise. Go from english to intalian.
"programmare" and "pianificare" both mean "to plan", but I can see it is confusing to see a different word. We'll have it changed as soon as possible, thanks for pointing that out!
thanks for your question.
Both "riposare" and "riposarsi" are correct and both mean "to rest". However, the reflexive form (riposarsi) is far more common.
Let us know if you have more questions!
why is plan 'pianificare' but in the examples its 'programmare'
why is rest 'riposarsi' instead of 'riposare' ?
because we say "lavare i denti" to mean "to brush one's teeth".
Thanks for your post, let us know if you have other questions.
Why is lavare to wash and to brush?
Hi Helen Small,
yes, you can use "viaggiare" (and also "andare") in a lot of instances where in English it would be "ride"
ride a bike = andare/viaggiare in moto
ride a bicycle = andare/viaggiare in bici
ride a train = andare/viaggiare in treno
You can also think of it as "to travel by + means of transport".
Thanks for your comment!