Learn Italian: Beginner’s class (vocabulary, articles, basic verbs) – Live Italian Lesson – [DAY 7] - Videos

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  1. Ciao manu. The lesson was still good and I learned two new words, le forbici e le baccette. scissors are a tricky feminine word. very useful. gracie, arturo.

  2. caro Manu,
    sono nato in australia però provengo da una famiglia italiana e quindi da piccolo parlavo sempre in italiano e cerco sempre di migliorare la capacitá della lingua . e ho una domanda col verbo dovere. usualmente il verbo dovere è coniugato; devo,devi,deve,dobbiao,dovete e devono però ho sentito che puoi usare anche debbo per io e debbono per loro e volevo sapere se questo sia vero e nella tua opinione quale sarebbe meglio di usare
    grazie

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