Italian Language Game: 8 Useful Adjectives



With this Italian Quick Language Game you can practice 8 Useful Adjectives. It's a fun way to learn and practice the Italian Language.
These 8 adjectives are useful for everyday conversations, add them to your toolbox!

  • giovane - young (m/f)
  • piacevole - pleasant (m/f)
  • eccezionale - exceptional (m/f)
  • facile - easy (m/f)
  • semplice - simple (m/f)
  • imponente - impressive (m/f)
  • veloce - fast (m/f)
  • principale - principal, main (m/f)

All of the adjectives have an -e ending and are both masculine and feminine.
For the plural, the ending changes to -i.
You'll learn and practice these with a short sequence of interactive games.
Remember to say them out loud and have fun imitating the pronunciation of the native speaker.
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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.
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More Than an Italian Language Game

And don't forget: You can practice Italian online for FREE with our 36-Scene Italian 1 Travel-Story: "Marco in Italia".
In it you learn and practice all the words, phrases and sentences you also hear in the podcasts. Just login HERE.
And, if you have any language questions  - don't hesitate to contact us! 

 


Italian Language Game: 8 Easy Adverbs



Italian Language Game: 8 Easy Adverbs. A FREE online game for learning the Italian language.
You can easily add precision to your conversations by mastering these 8 simple  adverbs.
Adverbs in Italian Language Game:

  • molto - very (molto imponente - very impressive)
  • bene - well (molto bene - very well)
  • più - more (più tardi - more late/later)
  • qui - here (ecco qui - here you are)
  • veramente - really 
  • finalmente - finally 
  • certamente - of course 
  • esattamente - exactly

If you like our games, please SHARE us with your friends.

More Than an Italian Language Game

And don't forget: You can practice Italian online for FREE with our 36-Scene Italian 1 Travel-Story: "Marco in Italia".
In it you learn and practice all the words, phrases and sentences you also hear in the podcasts. Just login HERE.
And, if you have any language questions  - don't hesitate to contact us!