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lingookie 36 - to have breakfast in italian - fare colazione in inglese
lingookie 35 - to stand in line in italian - fare la fila in inglese
lingookie 34 - to ask for help in italian - chiedere aiuto in inglese
lingookie 34 - to be late in italian - essere in ritardo in inglese
lingookie 32 - to take a break in italian - fare una pausa in inglese
lingookie 33 - to say sorry in italian - chiedere scusa in inglese

Speak like a native

From speakers to learners. Lingookies offers audio recordings of real Italian speakers to help you blend in with the locals. A Lingookie a day keeps monolingualism away!

traditional lessons and exercises

Lingookies also offers a wide selection of free Italian grammar lessons and interactive exercises. Concepts are explained in a clear, easy-to-understand way.

Study the most common collocations

Quality, not quantity, is what counts in language learning. Learn the most common phrases, words and collocations of the Italian language and amaze your friends with your speaking skills!

italian thematic VOCABULARY

types of materials in italian
literature words in italian
drawing equipment in italian

italian useful phrases

italian phrases to talk about cooking
italian phrases to talk about sleep
italian phrases for the days of the week

1 italian word at a time

how do you say smoke in italian
how do you say rabbit in italian
how do you say snake in italian

1 italian idiom at a time

prendere con le pinze meaning and origin
meaning and origin of leggere tra le righe in italian
meaning of Chi si somiglia si piglia in italian

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Are you a traditionalist? Want to know the difference between sapere and conoscere, or viso and faccia? Learn Italian online with grammar explanations and interactive exercises!

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