ITALIAN COURSES IN SARDINIA

Boat trip

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


Italian Online Course

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past definite tense

Past Definite Tense

Past Definite Tense   When to use it Describing actions happened and finished long ago. Not often used and easily replaced in spoken Italian by the present perfect (passato prossimo). Mainly used in Southern Italy and in Tuscany because oft he frequent use of old dialects. ESSERE (To Be) AVERE (To Have) Io fui ebbi Tu fosti avesti Lui / Lei fu ebbe […]


Past perfect tense

Past Perfect Tense

Past Perfect Tense Construction It is formed with the imperfect tense of the auxiliar verbs ‘essere’ or ‘avere’ and adding the past participle of the verb. eg. Io ero partito per l’Australia. Lui aveva visto Carlo.  When to use it Talking of a past action happened before another past action in the present perfect tense, in the past definite tense or in the […]


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 […]


imperfect tense

Imperfect Tense

Imperfect Tense   How to use it Among all verb tenses, the imperfect tense is the one that keeps the same ending in all conjugations except with the auxiliar verb ‘essere’, the verb ‘fare’ and some other special verbs. ESSERE (To Be) AVERE (To Have) Io ero avevo Tu eri avevi Lui / Lei era aveva Noi eravamo avevamo Voi eravate avevate Loro […]


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 […]


Present Perfect

Present Perfect

Present Perfect Construction It is formed with the auxiliary verbs “essere” or “avere” in the present indicative tense and adding the past participle of the verb. eg. Io sono andato a fare la spesa. Tu hai comprato il pane.  When to use “essere” A) with verbs which indicate motion. eg. Stamattina l’autobus è partito in ritardo. Noi siamo tornati per il tuo compleanno. […]


Present tense

Present Indicative

Present Indicative How to use it a) usually indicates a state or an action happening at the time of speaking or actions which happen regularly. eg. Il treno parte alle 10. Fabio compie 30 anni a Marzo. D’estate compriamo molti libri. Oggi è una bellissima giornata di sole. b) it can be used to talk about a near future action. eg.I miei cugini […]


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.