idiomatic expressions



I love Italian idiomatic expressions – those sayings you just can’t translate directly but which make the Italian language the colorful and charming language it is. Today’s saying is another example of a colorful Italian saying taking the place of what would ordinarily be a boring sentence: Stanno discutendo sul […]

Italian Idiomatic Expressions: Gender of Angels








I love Italian idiomatic expressions – those sayings you just can’t translate directly but which make the Italian language the colorful and charming language it is. Today’s saying from Italy is actually two sayings, but the two spices involved are inseparable on the dinner table, so why split them up […]

Italian Idiomatic Expressions: Salt & Pepper


Learning a new language is hard, but if you can find little things that make it fun lesson time goes much more quickly. One of the things that’s helped me enjoy Italian even when I’m struggling with it are the idiomatic expressions that inevitably come up. They take longer to […]

Italian Idiomatic Expressions


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I’m a huge fan of Italian sayings, so I was very pleased to come across a few pages on the Moving2Italy2 blog that deal with Italian sayings and expressions. Each page is a collection of links to other websites, and each page is occasionally updated with more information, so they’re […]

Resources for Italian Expressions