Tag: translation

Italian Reading Practice – Harry Potter

Harry Potter e la pietra filosofale Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone Harry Potter – an obvious choice for any British person learning a language and looking to attempt reading a novel. And with a cover as fun as the one on my copy (see featured image) who wouldn’t...

Italian Present Continuous

The present continuous is used to talk about what is happening at the moment. It is only used in this circumstance, and not to talk about things that are continuing, but not happening at this very minute. The present continuous is relatively simple to conjugate. It is made using...

Italian Vocabulary – Alice in Wonderland

In a previous post I wrote about how I am reading¬†Alice nel paese delle meraviglie (Alice in Wonderland). Although the text is quite challenging, I’m having a lot of fun reading this novel in Italian and thought I would share some of the vocabulary I have come across so...