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Adjectives

Adjectives

Adverbs

Adverb of place: ci. Contrast with partitive: ne

Articles

Articles

Avere

Expressions with verb Avere

Bello

Forms of the adjective Bello

Buono

Forms of the adjective Buono

Special Plurals

Nouns and Adjectives ending -co, -ca, -go, -ga

Imperatives

Command Forms

Comparatives and Superlatives

Expressions for comparing qualities

Conoscere vs. Sapere

Verbs to say “to know”

Conditional Mood

Conditional, present and past

Demonstratives

Questo and Quello (This and That)

Disjunctive Pronouns

Pronouns to use for emphasis, stress

Double Pronouns

Combination of direct and indirect pronouns

Far fare

Expressions with two verbs to indicate who is doing action

Future

Verbs in the Future Tense

If Clauses

Hypothetical “if” clauses

Imperfect

Imperfect Tense

Indefinite

Indefinite Adjectives and Pronouns

Infinitives with prepositions

Certain Verbs followed by required Prepositions (a, di, per)

Negations

Forming negations, negative expressions

Object Pronouns

Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns

Ordinal Numbers

Numbers used to describe order in a sequence

Partitives

Expressions with di; the pronoun ne (shows indefinite quantity)

Passato

Passato prossimo Tense

Passive

The Passive Voice

Piacere

The Verb to express “liking”: Piacere

Possessives

Adjectives and Pronouns to show Ownership

Prepositions

Prepositions and their Contractions with Definite Articles

Present

The Present Indicative Tense

More Pronouns

More Exercises with Object Pronouns

Proverbs

Some Common Italian Proverbs (for fun!)

Questions

Interrogative Expressions and Question Formation

Reading Practice

Reading Comprehension Paragraphs

Reflexives

Reflexive and Reciprocal Verbs and Pronouns

Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns: che, cui

Remote Past

Passato Remoto (Preterit; Past Absolute) Tense

Sequence

Sequence of Tenses

Singular/Plural

Practicing Singular/Plural Forms and Agreements

Subjunctive

Il Congiuntivo (The Subjunctive Mood)

Ten Commandments

The “Ten Commandments” of Language Learning (for fun!)

Tense Review

Review of Principal Tenses