ITALIAN COURSES IN SARDINIA

Italiano in Riviera staff and teachers

Italiano in Riviera staff and teachers

Pelosa: one of the incredible beaches in Sardinia

Pelosa: one of the incredible beaches in Sardinia

Alghero Harbour, Sardinia

Alghero Harbour, Sardinia

Capo Caccia View, Alghero

Capo Caccia View, Alghero

Holidays made in Italy

Holidays made in Italy

Alghero view, Sardinia

Alghero view, Sardinia

Class, Alghero

Class, Alghero

LEARN ITALIAN IN SARDINIA YOUR ITALIAN LANGUAGE SCHOOL IN ALGHERO SARDINIA. Live a new experience: an italian language course by the best sea of the world, study italian in Alghero and enjoy its great beaches and old town!!

ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES IN ALGHERO SARDINIA Small classes, nice and enthusiast teachers staff, simple and effective teaching methods, great atmosfere and lots of fun.

OUR ITALIAN COURSES You can choose among:
- General Course
- Combined Course 1
- Combined Course 2
- Italian + Art History
- Italian + Watersports
- Italian + Tennis
- Italian + Cookery
- Italian + Wine tasting


Grammar

Passive form

The Passive Form

The Passive Form Active form La ragazza    ha mangiato    la mela. Subject     –     verb       –    object Passive form La mela è stata mangiata dalla ragazza.        Subject     –     verb            –   object  The passive is formed with the verb “essere” followed by the past participle of the main verb. Only transitive verbs, which are followed by the object, can have a passive form as well […]


adverbs

Adverbs

Italian Adverbs Adverbs are used to modify or  specify the meaning of a verb, an adjective or another adverb. According to their structure, adverbs are: 1) primitives: origin  + ending eg. bene, male, veloce, lento, grasso, magro, alto, basso, etc. 2) derivatives: origin + suffix “mente„ eg. velocemente, lentamente, altamente, etc. 3) compounds: they are the result of the union of different words […]


Adjectives and Pronouns

Possessive adjectives and pronouns

Possessive adjectives and pronouns     Possessive adjectives and pronouns take the same form in Italian. MASCULINE FEMININE Singular Plural Singular Plural mio miei mia mie tuo tuoi tua tue suo suoi sua sue nostro nostri nostra nostre vostro vostri vostra vostre loro loro loro loro Possessive adjectives and pronouns are usually preceded by definite articles (except with names of family relatives) and […]


Comparative and Superlative

Comparatives and Superlatives

Comparatives and Superlatives Comparative We have majority, minority and equality comparatives in Italian. Majority comparative Construction 1st comparison + verb + più + adjective/noun/verb/adverb + di/che + 2nd comparison. eg. Paola + è + più + veloce + di + me. Maria + è + più alta + di + Sofia. * “di” is used with numbers or to compare different nouns or […]


The plural form

Plurals

Plurals in the Italian Language NOUNS   SINGULAR PLURAL MASCULINE A Il poeta I I poeti   E Il cane I I cani   O Il telefono I I telefoni FEMININE A La porta E Le porte   E La chiave I Le chiavi   I La sintesi I Le sintesi   O La mano I Le mani INVARIABILE Tà La libertà Tà […]


italian prepositions

Prepositions

In Italian we have Simple prepositions (the mostly used ones such as “di”, “a”, “da”, “in”, “con”, “su”, “per”, “tra”, “fra”…) and Articulated prepositions, which are the result of the union between determinative articles and simple prepositions.


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The Article

In Italian we have definite articles and indefinite articles. Indefinite articles are used before not defined nouns and they agree in gender and number with the nouns they precede. Definite articles are used with specific people or things and always go before the noun and agree with it.