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because we say "lavare i denti" to mean "to brush one's teeth".
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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!
Hi G. R.,
"essere" and "stare" are not action verbs, that's why they're not included. If you'd like to learn more about those two verbs, check out this video:
Hi John Porcheddu,
yes, your sentence is perfect! Good job 👍
Grazie per il tuo commento (thanks for your comment)
I did not know that viaggiare meant both to ride and to travel.
Where are essere and stare?
shouldn't it be 'Studio ogni giorno a scuola, e per tre ore ogni notte.'