Think about something you really liked in the past. Maybe a place you lived in or something tasty you used to eat. 



In today’s episode, learn how to talk about things you liked (or didn’t like) when they lasted for a




In Italian, objects can be masculine or feminine. This means that:



Bread is un signore 🎩



Pizza is una signora 🎀



This is good to know, because it helps us use the past correctly, especially when we’re talking about things we liked.


In this episode, you’ll learn about my favourite Italian word of all time, that isn’t even really a word, it’s more like a sound: Boh! But what does it mean?



Find out in episode #79 of five minute Italian







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Have you ever heard the word “magari” and wondered what it meant? The confusion can come from the fact that it actually has 2 very different meanings. Once you know them, it’s simple.



And if this word is new to you,

What's the difference between "da" and "per"? In English, they can both translate as "for", but they're not interchangeable in Italian. Find out more in episode 68 of 5 minute Italian.


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