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  • Lesson #075, Friday
    Lesson #075, Friday
    Duration: 05min | 24/01/2020

    sapere = to know how to io so = I know how to tu sai = you know how to (informal) Lei sa = you know how to (formal) lui/lei sa = he/she knows how to noi sappiamo = we know how to voi sapete = you know how to (plural) loro sanno = they know how to Gianni sa suonare il pianoforte. = Johnny knows how to play the piano. Gli studenti sanno studiare. = The students know how to study. Sapete parlare italiano? = Do you (plural) know how to speak Italian? Non so cantare molto bene. = I don't know how to sing very well. Che cosa sappiamo fare bene? = What do we know how to do well? I tedeschi sanno lavorare ogni giorno. = The Germans know how to work every day. I giapponesi sanno cucinare il pesce bene. = The Japanese know how to cook fish well.

  • Lesson #074, Thursday
    Lesson #074, Thursday
    Duration: 05min | 23/01/2020

    volere = to want, to want to io voglio = I want, I want to tu vuoi = you want, you want to (informal) Lei vuole = you want, you want to (formal) lui/lei vuole = he/she wants, he/she wants to noi vogliamo = we want, we want to voi volete = you want, you want to (plural) loro vogliono = they want, they want to 'volere' can be used in two ways. One is as a modal verb where it is followed by another verb in its infinitive form. Il dottore vuole parlare con Lei. = The doctor wants to speak with you (formal). Volete mangiare i fagioli oggi? = Do you (plural) want to eat beans today? Voglio ascoltare la canzone. = I want to listen to the song. Loro vogliono imparare il russo. = They want to learn Russian. 'volere' can also mean 'to want' without using it as a modal verb. Lui vuole un cane. = He wants a dog Vogliamo un insegnante buono. = We want a good teacher. Chi vuole un biscotto? = Who wants a cookie?

  • Lesson #073, Wednesday
    Lesson #073, Wednesday
    Duration: 05min | 22/01/2020

    dovere = to have to. Can also be translated to the English word 'must.' io devo = I have to, I must tu devi = you have to, you must (informal) Lei deve = you have to, you must (formal) lui/lei deve = he/she has to, he/she must noi dobbiamo = we have to, we must voi dovete = you have to, you must (plural) loro devono = they have to, they must L'insegnante deve preparare la lezione. = The teacher has to prepare the lesson. Dovete lavorare ogni giorno. = You (plural) must work every day. Chi deve studiare il libro? = Who must study the book? Le ragazze devono andare al negozio. = The girls must go to the store. Il bambino deve ascoltare meglio. = The child must listen better. A che ora devi andare in classe? = What time do you have to go to class? Perche' devo portare una cravatta? = Why must I wear a tie? Quando dobbiamo avere i soldi? = When do we have to have the money?

  • Lesson #072, Tuesday
    Lesson #072, Tuesday
    Duration: 07min | 21/01/2020

    potere = to be able to It also translate as 'can' or 'may.' io posso = I am able to, I can tu puoi = you are able to, you can (informal) Lei puo' = you are able to, you can (formal) lui/lei = he/she are able to, he/she can noi possiamo = we are able to, we can voi potete = you are able to, you can (plural) loro possono = they are able to, they can La donna puo' venire. = The woman can come. Possiamo andare dopo cena. = We can go after dinner. Posso parlare inglese? = May I speak English? Io posso cantare. = I can sing. Puo' mangiare la carne con una forchetta. = She can eat the meat with a fork. Lei puo' capire lo spagnolo? = Can you (formal) understand Spanish? I ragazzi italiani possono giocare il calcio. = The Italian boys can play soccer (football). Potete aiutare quell'uomo. = You (plural) can help that man. Mario puo' suonare il pianoforte. = Mario is able to play the piano.

  • Lesson #071, Monday
    Lesson #071, Monday
    Duration: 04min | 20/01/2020

    chiudere = to close chiudo, chiudi, chiude, chiudiamo, chiudete, chiudono ascoltare = to listen to ascolto, ascolti, ascolta, ascoltiamo, ascoltate, ascoltano aiutare = to help aiuto, aiuti, aiuta, aiutiamo, aiutate, aiutano lavorare = to work lavoro, lavori, lavora, lavoriamo, lavorate, lavorano cominciare = to begin comincio, cominci, comincia, cominciamo, cominciate, cominciano preparare = to prepare preparo, prepari, prepara, prepariamo, preparate, preparano

  • Download Seasons One and Two Today - All 100 Lessons
    Download Seasons One and Two Today - All 100 Lessons
    Duration: 02min | 14/06/2019

    Hi everybody, my name's Mike and this is the Let's Speak Italian podcast. So you've listened to a few sample lessons, and hopefully you're learning how to speak Italian. Well with the first 100 lessons completed, I wanted to release the first few lessons for free as a little teaser so that you can see just how easy it is to learn to speak Italian. Now, by going to the website, you can buy the first 100 lessons for only $15.00. That includes 100 lessons, plus 20 review lessons as well, for a total of 120 lessons in all. That's 24 weeks of lessons, for only $15.00.  It's over 13 hours of Italian lessons, for the price of what you might pay for one music CD. I've found that the key to learning to speak Italian is to learn a little bit every day, and to practice it with your friends. So get lessons 1-100, and listen to one lesson, every day for 24 weeks. By the end, you'll be amazed at how easy it was, and just how much you can learn by practicing a few minutes every day. To download the first 100 lessons, just g