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Stella Lucente - Learn Travel Italian
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Learn a language and travel to see all the beauty the world has to offer!
Learn a language and travel to see all the beauty the world has to offer!

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Conversational Italian for Travelers textbook now available to complete the series! Everything you need to know to travel to Italy - language and culture/traveltips! Visit www.learntravelitalian.com. FREE interactive dialogues and You Tube Videos. Share with your friends!
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Learn Italian - How to say how much time something takes.

For Italians and Americans alike, how much time something takes, or will take, is very important. Learn the important phrases to know to talk about the passage of time in Italian.

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The Italian Subjunctive Mode - Easy to Conjugate but Tricky to Use! A new approach.

Originally published on www.blog.learntravelitalian.com April 25, 2016. Take a look at our latest our blog for advanced students and teachers who want a new way to approach this tricky topic with real-life examples! Speak Italian! How to Use the Italian…

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This blog on the subjunctive mode, or il congiuntivo, is the second in a series on this topic.

Visit the Learn Italian! blog from June 5, 2016 to read the entire article, and get started learning how to express yourself more naturally and fluently in Italian! To take that giant step from simple beginning sentences to more complex and fluid…

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This Italian ice cream treat is a favorite with my family. Easy to make and delicious!

This Italian ice cream treat is a favorite with my family, especially now that the hottest days of summer are upon us. As quick and easy to make as they are delicious to eat!

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Use the Italian "Può" to ask for... everything! Use this trick and skip verb conjugation!

We can use the handy verb può, which means, "could you?" to politely ask for whatever we may need in Italy. With this trick, there is no need to conjugate! Read below to see how this works and for some examples.

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onversational Italian for Travelers JUST THE GRAMMAR is AVAILABLE on www.learntravelitalian.com
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Conversational Italian for Travelers JUST THE VERBS now AVAILABLE from www.learntravelitalian.com
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