- italian beginners
How do you learn Italian verbs?
Italian grammar can be scary, and especially verbs. It seems that there are thousands of tenses, across different conjugations -and, obviously, irregular verbs. What is the best way to study Italian verbs?
It is actually not that hard. In this course, I want to show you the method that I developed teaching Italian one-to-one for four years, and that I use myself to study other languages. And a pdf with the 100 most important and used verbs in Italian.
What will you learn?
- The method I consider best to study Italian verbs in a structured and efficient way
- How to build and use present and past tense of the most important 100 verbs in Italian
- A blueprint to expand to new tenses and verbs
Why should I take this course?
This course is aimed at those who have recently started to study Italian, and would like to have a better and deeper understanding about how Italian verbs work. It will help you to study Italian verbs the best way possible.
Italian grammar can be tricky, I know. And verbs are quite a bit harder than in English. However, the Italian language has a very important feature: it is structured. If you understand how something works, you know it.
The point of this course is to get you started with the most important 100 verbs (plus quite a bit more that you can know without studying them). But I want you to do this minimizing the time requested to do it. That requires learning a straightforward way to figure out the structure: how verbs work.
What you get with the course
- A PDF with the 100 most important Italian verbs
- A guide for studying these 100 verbs (and any other verb)
- The knowledge required to conjugate any verb in the present and past tense
Sounds interesting? Sign up for the class and make your Italian learning quicker and simpler!
- Lectures 12
- Quizzes 0
- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes