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Learn Italian with Yabla. Yabla Italian brings you authentic content from the Italian speaking world. All videos are 100% native speakers with Italian captions and English translations. This is not a lesson, just engaging authenic content.

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Learn Italian with Yabla. Yabla Italian brings you authentic content from the Italian speaking world. All videos are 100% native speakers with Italian captions and English translations. This is not a lesson, just engaging authenic content.

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    L'Italia a tavola - La pappa al pomodoro Part 2 of 2 : it_en

    L'Italia a tavola - La pappa al pomodoro Part 2 of 2 : it_en

    Here we go with the actual preparation of this very simple, but very delicious dish. Tomatoes, olive oil, and bread are rarely missing from a Tuscan household and pappa al pomodoro is just one way these ingredients go together. Anna gives us some interesting nutritional information about tomatoes and there's also a little musical performance by our chefs. Message from Marika: If you use a bouillon cube in the recipe, watch the salt!

    • 6 min
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    Corso di italiano con Daniela - Superlativo relativo : it_en

    Corso di italiano con Daniela - Superlativo relativo : it_en

    With the relative superlative, we compare one element with an entire group, as for example, "She is the most beautiful of all." In English we distinguish between "more" and "most," but in Italian, the presence of the article before the noun or before the comparative word is what makes the difference.

    • 3 min
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    L'Italia a tavola - La pappa al pomodoro Part 1 of 2 : it_en

    L'Italia a tavola - La pappa al pomodoro Part 1 of 2 : it_en

    Tuscans love their bread — crusty and thick, and totally unsalted. It goes well with salty cheese, and salt-cured meats. When it gets stale, it doesn't get wasted; it gets used in cooking. Tuscans also love tomatoes, so this dish is quite the Tuscan comfort food, suitable for all age groups, and very cheap to make.

    • 3 min
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    Corso di italiano con Daniela - Superlativo assoluto Part 3 of 3 : it_en

    Corso di italiano con Daniela - Superlativo assoluto Part 3 of 3 : it_en

    Daniela discusses how journalists and the mass media often tack on -issimo to nouns and adverbial expressions, something which is not strictly correct but is prevalent nonetheless.

    • 3 min
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    L'Italia a tavola - Interrogazione sulla Toscana : it_en

    L'Italia a tavola - Interrogazione sulla Toscana : it_en

    Anna knows all about Tuscany, one of her favorite regions. Tuscany was very important for the evolution of the Italian language, and is one of the areas of Italy most frequented by tourists.

    • 4 min
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    Corso di italiano con Daniela - Superlativo assoluto Part 2 of 3 : it_en

    Corso di italiano con Daniela - Superlativo assoluto Part 2 of 3 : it_en

    Daniela illustrates other ways of forming the absolute superlative for adjectives in Italian. These include repeating an adjective twice, the placement of a prefix before an adjective, and a list of words, such as "exceedingly," used in conjunction with an adjective.

    • 4 min

Customer Reviews

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37 Ratings

Cirrus01 ,

Excellent

Simply an excellent course

Me in Cambridge ,

A great way to learn Italian

I have been to italy several times and have taken similar classes like the ones shown here. It really makes me feel like I'm back in Florence. taking classes. The teacher is excellent, the sound quality is clear and the subtitles should help beginners.

I find the classroom videos most helpful. More please!

coftn ,

A very helpful resource

Wonderful supplement for anyone learning Italian. For beginning students, learning to listen for words you know as you expand your vocabulary is a very important skill. Even if you can only pick out one word here and there as you begin, you will soon find that you are becoming more and more familiar with conjugations, tenses, etc. The Italian subtitles and English translation are a nice feature and reinforce spelling, reading skills as well as comprehension. Wonderful resource and so convenient to have as a podcast.

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