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Where's the toilet? Two coffees please! How much is it? Join Katie and Matteo for 5 minute Italian, a fun podcast which teaches you the basics in bite-sized pieces.

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  • #66: How to say "the" in Italian: lo and gli (the ones everyone forgets)

    02/06/2019 Duração: 12min

    Get the bonus materials for this episode here: http://joyoflanguages.com/how-to-say-the-in-italian-lo-gli/ Practise your Italian in our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/?ref=group_header How to pronounce "gli" in Italian: http://joyoflanguages.com/pronounce-gli-italian/ How to pronounce "gn" as in "gnocchi": http://joyoflanguages.com/pronounce-gn-italian/ Today's Italian words Che cosa ti piace fare nel tuo tempo libero? = What do you like doing in your free time? Che cosa = what ti piace = you like fare = to do nel tuo tempo libero = in your free time? Cucinare = Cooking Spesso faccio gli spaghetti alla carbonara = Often I make "Spaghetti alla carbonara", which is sometimes just called "Carbonara". Spesso = often faccio = I make gli spaghetti = the spaghetti alla carbonara = carbonara style E recentemente ho imparato come fare gli gnocchi a mano = And recently, I learned how to make gnocchi by hand, which is a type of pasta with potato in the dough. E = and r

  • #65: How to say "the" in Italian: before vowels

    19/05/2019 Duração: 09min

    Get the bonus materials for this episode: http://joyoflanguages.com/how-to-say-the-in-italian-before-vowels/ Practise chatting Italian in our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ How to pronounce "gli": http://joyoflanguages.com/pronounce-gli-italian/ Today's Italian words Gli italiani cucinano molto bene = Italians cook really well. Qual'è il vostro segreto? = What's your secret? Gli = the italiani = Italians cucinano = they cook molto bene = very well Qual è = which is il vostro segreto = your secret Gli ingredienti sono la chiave = Ingredients are the key. Gli = the ingredienti = ingredients sono = are la chiave = the key Con ingredienti freschi, tutto è buono = With fresh ingredients, everything is tasty. Con = with ingredienti = ingredients freschi = fresh tutto = everything è = is buono = good or tasty In Italia abbiamo molto sole = In Italy, we have lots of sun In Italia = in Italy, abbiamo = we have molto sole = lots of sun Quindi è facile trova

  • 64: How to say "the" in Italian: The basics

    21/04/2019 Duração: 08min

    Watch the video for today's lesson in our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/permalink/2288483834543123/ Get the bonus materials for today's lesson: http://joyoflanguages.com/how-to-say-the-in-italian-il-la-i-le/ Today's words il formaggio = (the) cheese Mi piace il formaggio = I like (the) cheese il prosciutto crudo = (the) Parma ham (a cured meat) prosciutto = ham crudo = raw i pomodorini = (the) cherry tomatoes il pomodorino = the cherry tomato  il grissino = the breadstick i grissini = (the) breadsticks La pancetta = (the) bacon La mortadella = a type of Italian cold cut from Bologna. La carota = (the) carrot. Le carote = (the) carrots. La mela = (the) apple. Le mele = (the) apples.

  • #63: How to say "time" in Italian (Tempo vs. Volta)

    24/03/2019 Duração: 06min

    Remember what you learnt from today's lesson with the bonus materials: http://joyoflanguages.com/volta-tempo-time-italian/ Practise chatting in Italian with us: www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Today's Italian words il tempo vola = time flies il tempo = time (literally: the time)  vola = flies  Non ho tempo = I don't have time  Non ho = I don't have (literally: not, I have) tempo = time Tutto il tempo Tutto = all il = the tempo = time Tempo è denaro = time is money  il tempo = time ("the" time) è = is denaro = money il tempo è un'illusione = time is an illusion il tempo = time (literally "the time") è = is un'illusione = an illusion.  Una volta = one time/once Una = one Volta = time Due volte = two times/twice Due = two Volte = times  La prossima volta = next time La prossima = next (literally "the next") Volta = time La scorsa volta = last time La scorsa = the last Volta = time Ogni volta = every time Ogni = every  Volta = time Molte volte = many times Molte = Ma

  • #62: Give it to me! Double Object Pronouns in Italian

    10/03/2019 Duração: 16min

    Remember what you learnt from today's lesson with the bonus materials: http://joyoflanguages.com/double-object-pronouns-italian/ Practise chatting in Italian with us: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Today's Italian words Quel libro, me lo compri? = That book, can you buy it for me? (literally: that book, for me, it, you buy?) Quel =that Libro = book Me = for me Lo = it Compri = you buy Compro = I buy Lo compro = I buy it. Literally: it, I buy (For masculine things, like "il libro") La compro = I buy it. (la = for feminine things, like "la torta") Ti compro un libro = I buy a book for you (literally: for you, a buy a book) Te lo compro = I buy it for you (literally: for you, it, I buy) Me lo compri = You buy it for me (literally: for me, it, you buy) Me la compri = You buy it for me (la = for feminine things, like "la torta") Me lo dai = You give it to me (literally: to me, it, you give) Me la dai = You give it to me (la = for feminine things, like "la torta") Te lo compro

  • #61: Indirect Object Pronouns in Italian - The Ultimate Guide

    10/02/2019 Duração: 09min

    Get the bonus materials from today's episode: http://joyoflanguages.com/indirect-object-pronouns-italian/ Practise chatting in Italian with us by joining our facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Today's Italian words Mi = to me/for me Ti = to you/for you Gli = to him/for him Le = to her/for her Ci = to us/for us Vi = to you/for you (plural "you", when speaking to two or more people) Gli = to them/for them Do = I give Questo = this Ti = to you/for you Ti do questo = I give this to you Compro questo = I buy this Ti compro questo = I buy this for you Vi = To you/for you (plural - when speaking to two or more people) Vi do questo = I give this to you (plural) Vi compro questo = I buy this for you (plural) Gli = to him/for him Gli do questo = I give this to him Gli compro questo = I buy this for him Gli = to them/for them Gli do questo = I give this to them Gli compro questo = I buy this for them Le = to her/for her Le do questo = I give this to her Le compro quest

  • #60: How to Learn Italian - Tips from a Polyglot Italian teacher

    13/01/2019 Duração: 31min

    Join us for a Facebook live this Thursday! Ask Stefano any questions you have about Italian by joining our facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Learn Italian with Katie and Stefano in Italy this summer! We'll be releasing the details for our Italian immersion vacations very soon. If you think you might like to join us, subscribe to the mailing list here: courses.joyoflanguages.com/italian-immersion-vacations Bonus materials for today's episode: joyoflanguages.com/how-to-learn-italian Today's Italian words Buon 2019 a tutti! = Happy 2019 everyone Buon = good A = to Tutti = everyone Oggi parliamo di cosa ci vuole per imparare bene l’italiano = Today, we're talking about what's needed to learn Italian well. Oggi = today Parliamo = we speak Di = about Cosa = what Ci vuole = is needed Per = in order to Imparare = learn Bene = well l’italiano = Italian (literally "the Italian") In questo nuovo anno appena iniziato = In this new year (that's) just begun. In = in Questo = t

  • #59: Ask to her! Listen me! (When Italian and English are different)

    16/12/2018 Duração: 07min

    Get the bonus materials from today's episode: http://joyoflanguages.com/ask-listen-italian-different/ Practise chatting in Italian with us by joining our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Today’s Italian words Tua mamma impara l’italiano, vero? = Your mum is learning Italian, right? Tua mamma = your mum Impara = learns L’italiano = the italian Vero = true Le dai una mano? = Do you give her a hand? Le = to her Dai = You give Una mano = a hand. Si, a volte = Yes sometimes. Che cosa fai? = What do you do? Le chiedo: “che cosa fai oggi” = I ask her “what are you doing today” E scambiamo un paio di parole in italiano = And we exchange a few words in Italian. Le = to her Chiedo = I ask Che cosa = what Fai = you do Oggi = today E = and Scambiamo = we exchange Un paio = a pair Di = of Parole = words In italiano = in Italian. Le chiedo = I ask her (literally = to her, I ask) Gli chiedo = I ask him (literally = to him, I ask) Poi, le insegno un po’ di grammatica = Then, I teac

  • #58: How to use "le" in Italian (to her, for her)

    02/12/2018 Duração: 08min

    Get the bonus materials from today's lesson: http://joyoflanguages.com/gli-italian-le/ ‎ Practise chatting with us in Italian by joining our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Today's Italian words and phrases Che cosa fai quando finisci il latte di soia di tua sorella? = What do you do when you finish your sister’s soy milk? Che cosa = what Fai = you do Quando = when Finisci = you finish Il latte = the milk Di soia = of soia Di tua sorella = of your sister? Le compro un’altra bottiglia = I buy another bottle for her. Le = for her Compro = I buy Un’altra = another Bottiglia = bottle Quando lascia le cose in giro? = When she leaves things hanging around?Quando = when Lascia = she leaves Le cose = the things In giro = around Le dico di mettere in ordine! = I tell her to tidy up! Le = to her Dico = I say di = to (literally of) Mettere = put In = in Ordine = order Le dico = I tell her/say to her Gli dico = I tell him/say to him Quando è raffreddata? = when she has

  • #57: How to use "gli" in Italian (to them, for them)

    18/11/2018 Duração: 06min

    When Matteo gets the train from Milan to Naples, he puts something very odd in his bag. Find out what it is and learn more about how to use the word  “gli” in this episode of 5 Minute Italian. Get the bonus materials for this episode: www.joyoflanguages.com/gli-italian-them/ Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Today's Italian words Che cosa porti a tua mamma e tua sorella quando torni a Napoli? = What do you bring your mum and your sister when you go back to Naples? Che cosa = what Porti = “you bring” or “you take” (Italians don’t differentiate) A = to Tua mamma = your mum E = and Tua sorella = Your sister Quando = when Torni = you return A = to Napoli = Naples Gli porto una zucca = I take them a pumpkin. Gli = To them Porto = I take Una Zucca = A pumpkin. E ai tuoi amici = And to your friends? Niente, gli compro da bere = Nothing, I buy them something to drink. Niente = nothing Gli = for them Compro = I buy Da bere = to drink

  • #56: How to use "gli" in Italian (to him, for him)

    11/11/2018 Duração: 08min

    What do you do when a friend forgets his wallet? Find out what Matteo does and learn how to use "gli" in Italian. Get the bonus materials for today's lesson: www.joyoflanguages.com/gli-italian/ Join our Facebook group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Todays Italian words and phrases Che cosa fai quando un amico ha bisogno di aiuto? = What do you do when a friend needs help? Che cosa = what Fai = you do Quando = when Un amico = a friend Ha bisogno di = needs (literally “has need of”) Aiuto = help Gli do una mano = I give him a hand. Gli = To him Do = I give Una mano = A hand Gli dico = I say to him (Literally: to him, I say) Che cosa gli dico? = What shall I say to him? (literally: What, to him, I say?) Gli cucino = I cook for him (For him, I cook) Quando dimentica il portafoglio? = When he forgets his wallet? Quando = when Dimentica = he forgets il portafoglio = the wallet? Gli dico che non c’è problema e gli pago la cena = I tell him it’s not a problem and I pay for his

  • #55: Che cosa puoi fare a Milano?

    21/10/2018 Duração: 07min

    Find out more about our Italian immersion vacations: https://courses.joyoflanguages.com/italian-immersion-vacations/ *Correction - in the episode, Katie said "15th", the vacation is actually on the 14th (14 - 17 December) Get the bonus materials from today's episode: http://joyoflanguages.com/things-to-do-in-milan/ Today's words: Che cosa puoi fare a Milano? = What can you do in Milan? Che cosa = What Puoi = You can Fare = do A Milano = in Milan Puoi visitare il duomo e salutare la Madonnina = You can visit the cathedral and say hello to "la Madonnina", which is the little golden statue of The Virgin Mary at the top of the cathedral. Puoi = You can Visitare = visit il duomo = the cathedral e = and salutare = say hello to la Madonnina = the little Virgin Mary statue. Panino = sandwich (literally means small bread). Pane = bread ino = word ending that means "small" Puoi visitare il castello sforzesco = You can visit the Sforzesco Castle. Con un parco bellissimo = With a beautiful park. Puo

  • #54: 6 Essential Italian Conversation Phrases (no more awkward silences!)

    16/09/2018 Duração: 08min

    You're invited to our live Italian lesson next Saturday! To get involved, join our Facebook group here: www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ We'll see you there via FB live on Saturday, 22nd Sept at: Rome: 18:00 London: 17:00 NY: 12:00 (midday) San Francisco: 09:00 We'd love to see you there! Get the bonus materials from today's episode, including a quiz and flashcards: http://joyoflanguages.com/italian-conversation-phrases/ ‎ Today's Italian words and phrases Come si dice questo in italiano? = How do you say this in Italian? Come = how Si dice = one says Questo = this In italiano = in Italian Che cosa vuol dire? = What does it mean? (lit. what does it want to say?) Che cosa = what Vuol = wants Dire = to say Scusi, non ho capito = Sorry, I didn't understand (formal) Scusa, non ho capito = Sorry, I didn't understand (informal) Non ho capito. Che cosa vuol dire? = I didn't understand. What does it mean? Potrebbe ripetere per favore? = Could you repeat please? (formal) Potrebbe = cou

  • #53: Direct object pronouns in Italian: Mi, Ti, Lo, La, Ci, Vi, Li, Le.

    09/09/2018 Duração: 09min

    I love you. The "ti" in ti amo is probably the most romantic example of a direct object pronoun. But in today's episode, we're exploring the darker side of love. Those little annoying habits we (Matteo and Katie) have that drive each other mad. Find out what they are and learn how to use direct object pronouns in this week's episode: Get a handy table with direct object pronouns + other bonus materials for this episode: joyoflanguages.com/direct-object-pronouns-italian-mi-ti-lo-la-ci-vi-li-le-2 Practice your Italian with us by joining our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Today's Italian words and phrases Ti do fastidio a volte? = do I annoy you at times? Ti = You Do = I give Fastidio = annoyance A volte = sometimes Certo! = of course! Quando? = when? Quando ti chiamo ma non rispondi mai = when I call you but you never answer. Quando = when Ti = you Chiamo = I call Ma = but Non = not Rispondi = respond/answer Mai = never E io? = And me? Ti do fastidio a

  • #52: Direct Object Pronouns in Italian: Lo and La

    02/09/2018 Duração: 09min

    It. A pretty easy word in English, right? In Italian, it's a bit more complex, because it can change depending on: Whether it's masculine or feminine Where it appears the phrase. But it's easy when you know how! Learn how to say "it" in episode 52 of 5 minute Italian. Join our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Get the bonus materials from today's lesson: http://joyoflanguages.com/direct-object-pronouns-italian/ Today's Italian words and phrases Spesso noto differenze tra la cultura italiana e la cultura inglese = I often notice differences between Italian and English culture. Spesso = often Noto = I notice Differenze = differences Tra = between La cultura italiana = Italian culture e = and La cultura inglese = English culture Tipo? = such as? Per esempio, il caffè. In Italia, lo bevete più velocemente = For example, coffee. In Italy, you drink it more quickly. Per esempio = for example il caffè = (the) coffee. in Italia = in Italy lo = it bevete = you d

  • # 51: Italian Pronouns: What they are and how to use them

    26/08/2018 Duração: 08min

    Recently, we've been learning phrases like "mi manchi" (I miss you) and "mi dispiace" (I'm sorry).  But what is the little "mi" at the beginning of these phrases? Learn about Italian pronouns and how to use them in Italian in episode 51 of 5 Minute Italian. Get the bonus materials for today's episode: http://joyoflanguages.com/italian-pronouns/ Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Io sono inglese e tu sei italiano = I'm English and you're Italian. Io = I Sono = am Inglese = English E = and Tu = you Sei = are Italiano = Italian Mangio = I eat Mangi = you eat Mangiamo = we eat Beh...io bevo il caffè e tu bevi il tè = Well I drink coffee and you drink tea. Beh = well io = I bevo = I drink il caffè = (the) coffee e = and tu = you bevi = you drink il tè = (the) tea Tu cucini bene la pasta e io cucino bene i dolci = You cook pasta well and I cook desserts well Tu = you Cucini = you cook Bene = well La pasta = (the) pasta e = and io = I cucino = I c

  • #50: Can you talk backwards like an Italian?

    19/08/2018 Duração: 07min

    Practice makes perfect! To get the bonus materials for this lesson, including a quiz and flashcards, head over to our website: http://joyoflanguages.com/backwards-verbs-italian Join the Facebook group here: www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Today's Italian words Mi piace = I like it (literally: to me, it pleases) Mi dispiace = I'm sorry Mi manca = I miss it (literally: to me, it misses) Mi manchi = I miss you (literally: to me, you miss) Mi piaci = I like you (literally: to me, you please) Mi mancano = I miss them (literally: to me, they miss) Mi piacciono = I like them (literally: to me, they please) Mi piace la birra = I like beer (literally: to me, it pleases the beer) Mi piacciono le patatine = I like crisps/chips (literally: to me, they please the chips) Mi manca il bacon = I miss bacon (literally: to me, it misses the bacon) Mi mancano i pub = I miss the pubs (literally: to me, they miss the pubs)

  • #49 How to say "I miss you" in Italian

    12/08/2018 Duração: 06min

    Practice makes perfect! To get the bonus materials for this lesson, including a quiz and flashcards, head over to our website: http://joyoflanguages.com/how-to-say-i-miss-you-in-italian/ Join the Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ Today's Italian words and phrases Che cosa ti manca di Napoli? = What do you miss about Naples? Che cosa = what ti manca = from you manca = it misses di = about Napoli = Naples Mi manca la mia famiglia, il mare, e la pizza napoletana naturalmente = I miss my family, the sea and Neapolitan pizza obviously.  Mi = from me manca = it misses la mia famiglia = my family il mare = the sea e = and la pizza napoletana = Neapolitan pizza Naturalmente = of course. E tu Katie? Che cosa ti manca dell’inghilterra? = And you Katie? What do you miss about England? Mi manca la famiglia, gli amici, e la colazione inglese = I miss my family, friends and English breakfast.

  • #48: How to say sorry in Italian: mi dispiace vs. scusa

    05/08/2018 Duração: 07min

    Practice makes perfect! To get the bonus materials for this lesson, including a quiz and flashcards, head over to our website: joyoflanguages.com/difference-between-scusa-mi-dispiace Sign up to our mailing list here: courses.joyoflanguages.com/5-minute-italian/ Today's words Quando dici "scusa"? = When do you say "excuse me"? Quando = when Dici = you say Scusa = sorry or excuse me Quando spingo qualcuno per sbaglio = when I push someone by accident Quando = when Spingo = I push Qualcuno = someone Per sbaglio = by accident Oppure se faccio un rutto = or if I do a burp Oppure = or Se = if Faccio = I do/make Un rutto = a burp

  • #47: How (and when) to say sorry in Italian

    29/07/2018 Duração: 06min

    Come and study Italian with us in Milan! Sign up to our mailing list and be the first to find out when the programme opens: http://courses.joyoflanguages.com/5-minute-italian/ Practice makes perfect! To get the bonus materials for this lesson, including a quiz and flashcards, head over to our website: joyoflanguages.com/how-to-say-sorry-in-italian/ Today's Italian words Quando dici "mi dispiace" di solito? = When do you normally say sorry? Quando = when Dici = you say Mi dispiace = I'm sorry (literally, "it displeases me" or "to me, it displeases") Di solito = usually Quando non ho moneta = when I don't have change Quando = when Non ho = I don't have Moneta = change Oppure quando qualcuno mi racconta un accaduto triste = or when someone tells me about a sad event. Oppure = or Quando = when Qualcuno = someone Mi racconta = tells me Un accaduto = an event/occurance Triste = sad

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