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Wednesday at 06:30 PM
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Non scrivete commenti! Don't write comments! Actually please write many comments!

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Thursday at 05:20 PM
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Hi Denรฉe,


Sono piรน grandi o piรน piccole?

Are they elder or younger?


Ciao!

Ofelia

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Denรฉe Slaton
Monday at 04:01 AM
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Ho quattro sorelle.

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Thursday at 03:03 AM
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Ciao Luca,


ottima frase! Grazie per il tuo commento!Sono contenta che le lezioni ti piacciano.


Molto is an adverb and doesnt need to be declined. Le lezioni sono molto interessanti :)


Chiara

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Luca Deon
Wednesday at 02:01 AM
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This lesson, for me was really good. I am proud to have got through it so well, and now understand the imperative! I could not have done it though without ItalianPod101. Now to use my knowledge from this lesson, I will write a sentence using the imperative using 'Voi'.

Non smettete di fare le lezioni come questa! Sono molte interessanti!(is it correct?)

Grazie!:grin::grin:


~Luca

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Wednesday at 05:28 PM
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Hi Brian,


the saying goes: Sbagliando s'impara. (You learn from your mistakes).

I will read carefully your messages and correct them if that is useful for you.

about the verb SPERARE:

1.SPERARE+ DI+ INFINITO

Spero di migliorare il mio italiano

2.SPERARE+ CHE+ FUTURO or CONGIUNTIVO

Spero che migliorerรฒ il mio italiano (futuro)

Spero che Luke migliori il suo italiano (congiuntivo)


When the subject of the verb sperare is the same as the subject of the verb of the subordinate clause, it is best to use SPERARE+DI+INFINITO. I know that in English you can easily say 'I hope I will improve my Italian', but in Italian it is better to say 'Spero di migliorare il mio italiano' rather than 'Spero che migliorerรฒ il mio italiano.'


Hope it helps,

Chiara

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Tuesday at 12:44 AM
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Ciao Brian,

wow! una casa a due passi dalla spiaggia in Calabria! Sei fortunatissimo :)

Sono sicuro che migliorerai il tuo italiano! Forza!

Just notice: spero di + infinitive

Spero di migliorare il mio italiano.


Keep leaving messages here if you find it useful.

a presto,

Chiara

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Friday at 05:20 PM
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Hi Brian,

Was your grandmother Italian?What part of Italy was she from?

Gioia mia, or tesoro mio are very sweet ways to call someone you love :)

A presto,

Chiara

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Monday at 06:45 PM
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Hi Edmar,


Non scherzare per favore is a good sentence! well done.

The second sentence would be more natural as:

Non memorizzare ma cerca di capire.


Capire is hardly ever used in the imperative form.

a presto,

Chiara

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Edmar
Saturday at 04:35 PM
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Non memorizzare ma capisci.

Edmar
Saturday at 04:21 PM
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Non scherzare per favore.