Italian Language Game: A mezzogiorno

Italian Language Game: "A mezzogiorno" - At noon.
Learn and practice 13 Italian words and phrases in the context of a mini-story.
This mini-story is also part of our gamified Italian 1 course. (You can play the complete course for FREE by registering HERE.)
Say the words and phrases OUT LOUD after the native speaker. It will help improve your pronunciation and your listening skills.
Note that in Italian, the words for "I, you, he, she" etc. are often dropped, unless they are needed for clarity or emphasis. In our mini-story, the context will tell you if "gli mostra" means "she shows him" or "he shows him."
After you've practiced and recalled the individual words, you'll hear the mini-story again.
Listen and say the sentences along with the speaker. Try not to translate!

Words in Italian Mini-Story Language Game

  • beve - s/he drinks [bere]
  • il succo di arancia - the orange juice
  • in cucina - in the kitchen
  • un po' più tardi - a little later
  • sua cugina - his cousin (f)
  • gli mostra - s/he shows him [mostrare]
  • la sua camera - his room
  • è stanco - he's tired
  • e dorme un po' - and s/he sleeps a little [dormire]
  • lo sveglia - s/he wakes him [svegliare]
  • a mezzogiorno - at noon
  • sveglia! - wake up! (familiar)
  • è ora di pranzo - it's lunch time

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.

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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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!