Have you ever been inside an Italian home? Well, it is probably pretty much like yours, except everything is in Italian!
As usual, we’re here to help: check out our new infographic about Italian words for rooms, forniture and all the thing you can find inside a proper house!
Family, in Italy, is a big deal: we all know that. This is why, for an Italian language student, wading through Italian kinship terms can be really challenging. But hey, that’s exactly the reason why we’re here!
Check out this brand new infographic about Italian kinship terms and learn how to properly address your nonna in Italian (getting some treat in return!). 🙂
Hello everybody, it’s time for a new infographic to learn Italian words!
Animal names in a foreign language might not be that obvious and are actually one of the most problematic section of the Italian vocabulary for many Italian language students. Many of these names are actually used in common Italian idioms and sayings. A few examples:
- Il lupo perde il pelo ma non il vizio (the wolf changes its fur, but never changes its behavior)
- Can che abbaia non morde (barking dog doesn’t bite)
- A caval donato non si guarda in bocca (don’t look a gift horse in the mouth)
- Essere una pecora nera (to be a black sheep)
- Avere occhi di falco (to have hawk’s eyes)
- Ripetere a pappagallo (to repeat like a parrot)
Here you’ll find some animal names in Italian divided into categories: pets, farm animals, forest animals, mountain animals and a selection of birds.
Our glorious season of infographics about the Italian language couldn’t be complete without presenting at least some of the most used Italian words regarding winter holidays and Christmas!
Enjoy and… buone feste da Kappa Language School!
We at Kappa Language School always encourage healthy diet, and this is why we designed this infographic for all you fellas who like to eat green! Here you find all the Italian words for fruits and vegetables and, of course, their weight and quantity.
Have fun, go veg and learn Italian!
We all know italian cuisine is a world recognized excellence… but to efficiently cook italian dishes you also need the proper italian words!
Here’s a quick help from our team: an infographic containing most of the italian vocabulary you can find in your kitchen. Enjoy and share!
Wecolme back to school! But, hey, how are you supposed to enjoy your Italian Language Classes if you are not even able to name the objects around you?
As usual, we are here to help: here’s a new infographic about all the italian words you can find… in a classroom!