Italian Language Game: 10 Easy Adjectives

With this Italian Quick Language Game you can practice 10 Easy Adjectives. It's a fun way to learn and practice the Italian Language.
Add a little Italian expressiveness to your conversations by mastering these 10  Adjectives, which are easy to learn (especially for English speakers):

  • tranquillo/a - quiet, tranquil (m/f)
  • delizioso/a - delicious (m/f)
  • libero/a - free, available (m/f)
  • splendido/a - great, splendid (m/f)
  • sicuro/a - sure (m/f)
  • stretto/a - narrow, tight (m/f)
  • sereno/a - clear (m, weather); calm (f, person)
  • stanco/a - tired (m/f)
  • perplesso/a - baffled (m/f)
  • magnifico/a - magnificent (m/f)

All of these adjectives have an -o ending in the masculine, singular form. However, the ending changes:
For feminine singular to -a: tranquilla, etc.
For masculine plural to -i: tranquilli, etc.
For feminine plural to -e: tranquille, etc.
You'll learn these with a short sequence of interactive games. You'll learn to pronounce them, as well as hear, see and pronounce them in the context of short sentences.

For more easy games see also our post: 5 Easy Italian Language Games.
Or you can find ALL of them - over 60 by now - on the Italian Quick Language Games page.
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Posted 16:18PM on August 06 2016 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: Italian | Tags: Italian, Italian adjectives, Italian game, Italian language game