What’s the difference between puoi and poi in Italian?
One of the things learners of Italian will stumble across and possibly over are the two words puoi, which means you can and can you?, and the adverb poi, which means then, later.
It’s easy to mix them up because they look quite similar.
Italian words that look the same: Male, mela, mele, miele, maiale!
This week I want to have a little bit of fun with some words that look very similar to each other, but which mean completely different things.
Italian song of the month: Ligabue - "Il Sale Della Terra"
Time to discover another song in the SONG OF THE MONTH series.
How to pronounce the word ‘bruschetta’ and why that matters
Unfortunately, the Italian appetiser bruschetta is now appearing in nearly every menu all over the world. Why would I say ‘unfortunately’?
Italian song of the month - Nek "Fatti avanti, amore"
A month ago I started the Italian SONG OF THE MONTH series, a project that aims to introduce you to Italian songs to sing along to.
Why are you learning Italian?
What is this fascination with Italian, this lover that we wish to hold on tight and yet it escapes us?
Want your Italian to sound Italian?
Where do you stand on singing when it comes to learning a language?