Italian Language Game: Splendido! (1.2)

Italian Language Game: "Splendido!" - Great. Learn and practice 12 Italian words and phrases in the context of a brief conversation.

This is a short version of Scene 1.2 of our Italian 1 course. (You can play the full course for FREE by registering HERE.)

Always say the words and phrases OUT LOUD. Your pronunciation and your listening skills will improve a lot!

Words in Italian Language Game 1.2

  1. Splendido! - Great!
  2. il mio inglese - my English
  3. non è - it's not, is not
  4. molto buono - very good
  5. io posso / posso - I can
  6. esercitare - to practice
  7. il mio italiano - my Italian
  8. molto bene - very well
  9. grazie - thanks, thank you
  10. è - it is / you are (formal)
  11. americano - American (m) [nationality]
  12. io sono nato / sono nato - I was born (m)

Note: In Italian, the words for "I, you, he" etc. are often dropped, unless they are needed for clarity or emphasis.

To better remember words and phrases, review them visually, or even write them out on a sheet of paper or on small index cards. But most importantly, always say the Italian OUT LOUD, several times if you can.

We'll continue to put each scene of the course into Quick Games. When you do the next games and lessons in sequence, you'll notice that only new words are practiced separately.

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More than an Italian Language Game

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Posted 12:18PM on December 12 2016 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: Italian