Italian Language Game: 4 Survival Verbs



Italian Language Game: 4 Survival Verbs. A FREE online game for learning the Italian language.
In this fun interactive game you learn and practice the Italian for 4 survival verbs:

  • mangiare - to eat 
  • bere - to drink 
  • comprare - to buy
  • pagare - to pay

You'll hear, see, and say them, and learn to build sentences with them.
Always repeat ALOUD after the native speaker.
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Italian Language Game: Potere Dovere Volere



This Quick Italian Language Game plays with the Italian Modal Verbs: Potere, Dovere, Volere.
Learn the present tense forms of these Italian helping verbs: "potere" (to be able, can); "dovere" (to have to, must), "volere" (to want).
These verbs are used constantly in everyday Italian conversation. Since Italian modals are irregular, it takes practice to master them.
Note that the words for "I, you, we, they" are often dropped in Italian, unless they are needed for clarity or emphasis.
Not only do you want to recognize them when you read and write them in Italian, you need to get the sounds right. To do that, you have to hear them and say them. So, repeat out loud after the native speaker.

Present Tense Conjugation of Potere (to be able, can):

  • io posso - I can
  • tu puoi - you can (familiar)
  • lui, lei, Lei può - he, she is able/can; you (formal) are able/can
  • noi possiamo - we can
  • voi potete - you can (plural)
  • loro, Loro  possono - they, you (pl. formal) can

Present Tense Conjugation of Dovere (to have to, must):

  • io devo/io debbo - I have to, must
  • tu devi - you have to, must
  • lui, lei, Lei deve - he, she has to/must; you (formal) have to/must
  • noi dobbiamo - we have to, must
  • voi dovete - you have to, must
  • loro, Loro - they, you (pl. formal) have to, must
     

Present Tense Conjugation of Volere (to want): 

  • io voglio - I want
  • tu vuoi - you want (familiar)
  • lui, lei, Lei vuole - he, she wants; you (formal) want
  • noi vogliamo - we want
  • voi volete - you want (plural)
  • loro, Loro vogliono - they, you (pl. formal) want

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Italian Language Game: Trivia Quiz



Italian Language Game: A short Italian Trivia Quiz. Play and discover where the Ponte di Rialto, the Piazza dei Miracoli, the Palazzo Ricasoli, and the famous Palazzo Vecchio are located.
Learn and practice 10 Italian words and phrases with this FREE online game for learning the Italian language. Listen, and repeat out loud after the native speaker.

  • dov'è? - where is?
  • il ponte - the bridge
  • vorrei - I'd like
  • andare - to go
  • la piazza - the square
  • il duomo - the cathedral
  • si chiama - it is called
  • il palazzo - the (large) building, the palace
  • vecchio - old (m)
  • il palazzo comunale - the city hall

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Italian Language Game: Numbers 1-20



Italian Language Game: Numbers 1 to 20. The numbers 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16 in Italian are easy to remember. Always say the numbers out loud after the native speaker.
With this interactive Italian numbers game - which includes some simple additions (for example: uno più quattro fa ... ), you can learn the numbers 1-20 in Italian.

Italian Numbers 1-20

  • 1 uno
  • 2 due
  • 3 tre
  • 4 quattro
  • 5 cinque
  • 6 sei
  • 7 sette
  • 8 otto
  • 9 nove
  • 10 dieci
  • 11 undici
  • 12 dodici
  • 13 tredici
  • 14 quattordici
  • 15 quindici
  • 16 sedici
  • 17 diciassette
  • 18 diciotto
  • 19 diciannove
  • 20 venti

And, if you you want to be able to say higher numbers, for example, 65 in Italian, you'll want to continue with the Italian numbers 21 and beyond.
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Italian Language Game: Asking for Directions



Italian Language Game: Asking for Directions. Don't get lost in Italy! Learn to ask for and get some basic Italian directions by playing this FREE interactive online game for learning the Italian language.
Grow your vocabulary. Repeat out loud after the speaker and improve your pronunciation.

10 Phrases in Italian Language Game

  • Mi scusi - Excuse me
  • sto cercando - I'm looking for
  • Via Montebello - Montebello Street
  • non è - is not, it's not
  • lontano - far
  • giri a sinistra - turn to the left
  • in Via Curtatone - (turn) into Curtatone Street
  • poi sempre dritto - then straight ahead
  • giri a destra - turn to the right
  • è semplice - it's simple, it's easy

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