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Continue learning Italian with in-depth information on verbs and linguistics. Use hand gestures to get your point across. Review parts of speech including nouns, pronouns, adjectives, prepositions, articles, and interrogatives.
  1. Italian Nouns
  2. Italian Pronouns
  3. Italian Verbs
  4. Italian Adverbs
  5. Italian Adjectives
  6. Italian Articles
  1. Italian Conjunctions
  2. Italian Prepositions
  3. Italian Interrogatives
  4. Italian Interjections
  5. Hand Gestures
  6. Linguistics

Italian Nouns

Nouns (nomi) are words that describe a person, place, thing, animal or abstract idea.

Italian Pronouns

Pronouns (pronomi) are those little words that make a big difference.

Italian Verbs

Essential information on Italian verb formation, mood, tenses, conjugation charts, and usage.

Italian Adverbs

An adverb (avverbio) is a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.

Italian Adjectives

An adjective (aggettivo) describes or modifies a noun or pronoun.

Italian Articles

An article (articolo) is a word that, combined with a noun, indicates the type of reference being made by the noun. The three main articles in the English language are the, an, and a.

Italian Conjunctions

Conjunctions (congiunzioni) are invariable words that combine two or more words in a sentence or two or more clauses in a phrase.

Italian Prepositions

Prepositions (preposizioni) links nouns, pronouns, or phrases to other words in a sentence.

Italian Interrogatives

An interrogative word (interrogativo) is used to ask a question. In Italian there are several ways to ask a question.

Italian Interjections

An interjection (interiezione) is a spoken word, phrase, or sound that expresses sudden or strong feeling.

Hand Gestures

Italians use body language and hand gestures to punctuate an expression and give it a shading that the word or phrase itself lacks.


Italian linguistics is the scientific study of the Italian language. Italian linquistics includes such topics as phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics.

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