Italian Word of the Day (For Beginners & Intermediate Students)

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On this board, we share a new Italian word every day to help you increase your vocabulary. Think of them as automatic daily flashcards! Good for beginners, intermediate and advanced students. We include pronunciation in all our blog posts. #italiano #learnitalian

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Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Subito (immediately). Questo pacco dev’essere spedito subito. = This parcel must be sent right away. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Italian Word of the Day: Subito (immediately)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Subito (immediately). Questo pacco dev’essere spedito subito. = This parcel must be sent right away. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Macchina (machine/car). Hanno costruito una macchina complicata con semplici materiali domestici. = They built a complicated machine out of simple household materials. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Italian Word of the Day: Macchina (machine / car )

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Macchina (machine/car). Hanno costruito una macchina complicata con semplici materiali domestici. = They built a complicated machine out of simple household materials. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Colmo (brimming / peak). La tazza è colma di caffè. = The cup is full to the brim with coffee. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Italian Word of the Day: Colmo (brimming / peak)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Colmo (brimming / peak). La tazza è colma di caffè. = The cup is full to the brim with coffee. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Spazzola (brush). È difficile trovare una spazzola che sia perfetta per i miei capelli. = It is difficult to find a brush that is perfect for my hair. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Italian Word of the Day: Spazzola (brush)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Spazzola (brush). È difficile trovare una spazzola che sia perfetta per i miei capelli. = It is difficult to find a brush that is perfect for my hair. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Fulmine (lightning). Sono stato travolto da un grosso temporale con tuoni e fulmini. = I got caught in a big thunderstorm with thunder and lightning. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Italian Word of the Day: Fulmine (lightning)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Fulmine (lightning). Sono stato travolto da un grosso temporale con tuoni e fulmini. = I got caught in a big thunderstorm with thunder and lightning. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Capriccio (tantrum / whim). Non fare i capricci quando andiamo dai nonni! = Don’t throw a tantrum when we go to your grandparents’ house! Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Italian Word of the Day: Capriccio (tantrum / whim)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Capriccio (tantrum / whim). Non fare i capricci quando andiamo dai nonni! = Don’t throw a tantrum when we go to your grandparents’ house! Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Gallo (rooster). Il gallo canta al mattino presto, prima del sorgere del sole. = The rooster sings early in the morning, before sunrise. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Italian Word of the Day: Gallo (rooster)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Gallo (rooster). Il gallo canta al mattino presto, prima del sorgere del sole. = The rooster sings early in the morning, before sunrise. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Migliore amico (Best friend). Tu sei sempre stato il mio migliore amico. = You’ve always been my best friend. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons Italian Lessons, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Italian Phrases, Italian Quotes, Learn To Speak Italian, Learn French, Learning Italian, Learning Spanish

Italian Word of the Day: Migliore amico (best friend)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Migliore amico (Best friend). Tu sei sempre stato il mio migliore amico. = You’ve always been my best friend. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Osso (bone). Ci sono 206 ossa nel corpo umano. = There are 206 bones in the human body. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons Basic Italian, Italian Words, Italian Phrases, Italian Quotes, Italian Grammar, Italian Language, Korean Language, Japanese Language, Italian Vocabulary

Italian Word of the Day: Osso (bone)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Osso (bone). Ci sono 206 ossa nel corpo umano. = There are 206 bones in the human body. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Sangue (blood). Devo alzarmi presto per andare a fare l’esame del sangue. = I need to get up early to go for a blood test. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons Italian Grammar, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Language, German Language, Italian Sayings, Italian Vocabulary, Spanish Sayings, Italian Lessons

Italian Word of the Day: Sangue (blood)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Sangue (blood). Devo alzarmi presto per andare a fare l’esame del sangue. = I need to get up early to go for a blood test. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Settembre (September). Il mese di settembre dura 30 giorni. = September lasts for 30 days. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons Italian Lessons, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Italian Language, German Language, Japanese Language, Italian Words, Italian Quotes, Teaching French

Italian Word of the Day: Settembre (September)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Settembre (September). Il mese di settembre dura 30 giorni. = September lasts for 30 days. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Gomito (elbow). Il bimbo si è fatto male al gomito cadendo dalla bicicletta. = The child hurt his elbow by falling off his bike. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons Italian Grammar, Italian Vocabulary, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Quotes, Italian Language, Italian Side, English Language, Italian Lessons

Italian Word of the Day: Gomito (elbow)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Gomito (elbow). Il bimbo si è fatto male al gomito cadendo dalla bicicletta. = The child hurt his elbow by falling off his bike. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Purtroppo (unfortunately). Purtroppo il viaggio è stato annullato. = Unfortunately the trip has been cancelled. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons Italian Grammar, Italian Phrases, Italian Quotes, Italian Language, Korean Language, Japanese Language, Italian Vocabulary, English Vocabulary, English Grammar

Italian Word of the Day: Purtroppo (unfortunately)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Purtroppo (unfortunately). Purtroppo il viaggio è stato annullato. = Unfortunately the trip has been cancelled. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Quasi (almost). So quasi tutto su di voi. = I know almost everything about you guys. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons Italian Grammar, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Quotes, Italian Language, Italian Lessons, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Spanish Words

Italian Word of the Day: Quasi (almost / nearly)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Quasi (almost). So quasi tutto su di voi. = I know almost everything about you guys. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Sfinito (exhausted). Il corridore è arrivato sfinito al traguardo. = The runner reached the finish line exhausted. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons Italian Grammar, Italian Language, German Language, Japanese Language, Italian Lessons, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Spanish Language Learning, Teaching Spanish

Italian Word of the Day: Sfinito (exhausted)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Sfinito (exhausted). Il corridore è arrivato sfinito al traguardo. = The runner reached the finish line exhausted. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Abbuffarsi (to stuff oneself). Mi sono abbuffato di dolci e adesso mi sento male. = I stuffed myself with sweets and now I feel poorly. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons Italian Grammar, Italian Phrases, Italian Words, Italian Language, German Language, Italian Sayings, Italian Vocabulary, Spanish Sayings, Italian Lessons

Italian Word of the Day: Abbuffarsi (to stuff oneself)

Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Abbuffarsi (to stuff oneself). Mi sono abbuffato di dolci e adesso mi sento male. = I stuffed myself with sweets and now I feel poorly. Learn more about this word and see example phrases by visiting our website! #italian #italiano #italianlanguage #italianlessons