“Hello” in Italian: A Complete Guide to Formal and Informal Greetings

Do you want to learn how to say “hello” in Italian? In this lesson we’ll see all the different greetings, so you will learn more than just a simple “ciao”! Italian people put a great emphasis on the so called “buone maniere”, the good manners. It is very important in Italy to address people with …

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7 Useful Korean Proverbs

A proverb can be defined as a short well-known statement that gives practical advice about life, and each society has its own manifold of proverbs that are deeply entrenched in the history and the culture of that language. So in this article, we’re going to learn seven of the most well-known Korean proverbs, from which …

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Different Ways of Saying “Sorry” in Korean

We use the word ‘sorry’ in so many different ways in English. The most common way is to apologize for something we have done, but we also say sorry to express sympathy, disappointment, and also to politely ask someone to repeat what they have said. Fortunately, ‘sorry’ in Korean isn’t as multi-functional. Nevertheless, there are …

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A Complete Guide to “Fare” Conjugation in All Italian Tenses

The fare conjugation is very important and widely used in Italian. The verb fare means “to do”, “to make”. You can hear fare in many circumstances, such as when people ask and give information about one’s profession, leisure time and interests. Fare is an irregular verb that does not follow the general rules and doesn’t …

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