5 Minute Italian

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Sinopse

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.

Episódios

  • #6: How to pronounce gn - like in lasagne

    30/01/2017 Duração: 08min

    How do Italians pronounce the word lasagne? It's different to how we say it in English. In today's episode, we'll be learning about a sound we like to call: "the smiley N". By the end, you'll be able to order Italian food like a pro. Remember what you learnt in today's episode! To get free bonus materials, including a quiz and flashcards, visit our website: http://joyoflanguages.com/pronounce-gn-italian/ Today's Italian words Mangio = I eat and = e Mangio lasagne e gnocchi = I eat lasagne and gnocchi Voglio = I want Voglio lasagne e gnocchi = I want lasagne and gnocchi Ogni = every Spagna = Spain Bagno = bathroom in = in Devo andare = I need to go Devo andare in bagno = I need to go to the bathroom/toilet (literally: I need to go in bathroom) Intro: Ciao by Lee Maddeford(Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License).

  • #5: How to pronounce gli - like in famiglia

    23/01/2017 Duração: 05min

    Problems with Italian pronunciation? Let's take it one sound at a time.  In today's episode, you'll learn about a very important sound: the smiley "l".  By the end, you'll be able to pronounce all kinds of useful words and phrases like "family", "bottle" and "I want". Remember what you learnt in today's episode! To get free bonus materials, including a quiz and flashcards, visit our website: http://joyoflanguages.com/pronounce-gli-italian/ Today's Italian words Aglio = garlic Voglio = I want Non voglio aglio = I don't want garlic Famiglia = family Bottiglia = bottle The free lesson is now finished, sign up here to find out when the next one is happening: courses.joyoflanguages.com/5-minute-italian/ Intro: Ciao by Lee Maddeford(Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License).

  • #4: Excuse me, do you speak English?

    15/01/2017 Duração: 06min

    How do you use the word "speak" in Italian? And did you know that Italian has 3 different ways of saying you? This is what we'll be learning in the 4th episode of 5 minute Italian. We'll be building on what we learned in last week's lesson, which you can listen to here: https://soundcloud.com/5-minute-italian/parlare-italian Remember what you learnt in today's episode! To get free bonus materials, including a quiz and flashcards, visit our website: http://joyoflanguages.com/verb-parlare/ Today's Italian words Parla = you speak (formal, for people you don't know well); he/she speaks Parla inglese = you speak English (formal, for people you don't know well) Scusi, parla inglese? = Excuse me, do you (formal) speak English Parlate = you all/you both speak (the plural you) Parlate inglese = you all/both speak English Parlate inglese? = do you all/both speak English? Parliamo = we speak Parliamo italiano = we speak Italian Parliamo un po' di italiano = we speak a bit of Italian Parlano = they speak Parlano ita

  • #3: I speak a bit of Italian

    07/01/2017 Duração: 07min

    In today's episode, you'll learn how to use the verb "parlare", which means to speak. By the end, you'll know how to say all kinds of useful phrases like "do you speak English?" and "I speak a little Italian". Remember what you learnt in today's episode! To get free bonus materials, including a quiz and flashcards, visit our website: http://joyoflanguages.com/parlare-italian/ Today's Italian Words Parlare = to speak Parlo = I speak Parli = you speak Parla = he/she speaks Mangiare = to eat Amare = to love Parlo italiano = I speak Italian Parlo inglese = I speak English Non parlo = I don't speak Non parlo italiano = I don't speak Italian Non parlo inglese = I don't speak English Un po' di = a bit of Parlo un po' di italiano = I speak a bit of Italian Parlo un po' di inglese = I speak a bit of English Parli = you speak Parli italiano = you speak Italian Parli italiano? = do you speak Italian? Parli inglese? = do you speak English? Parla italiano = he/she speaks Italian Non parla italiano = he/she doesn't speak

  • #2: Do you make these typical tourist mistakes?

    20/12/2016 Duração: 04min

    Do you know what a panini is? It might not be exactly what you think. In today's episode, we're talking about words which seem the same in Italian and English, but are actually different. Along the way, we'll help you avoid some of the most common mistakes tourists make in Italy.  As always happens in Italy, we ended up talking mostly about food!   Remember what you learnt in today's episode! To get free bonus materials, including a quiz and flashcards, visit our website: http://joyoflanguages.com/typical-mistakes-italian/ Today's Italian words Panino = Sandwich Panini = Sandwiches Biscotto = biscuit Biscotti = biscuits Un caffè = A short strong coffee (espresso) that Italians normally drink Caffè americano = a long coffee (the way people normally drink it in America and UK) Latte macchiato = The real Italian word for caffè latte Bruschetta = Bruschetta (remember to pronounce it with a hard K sound, like brusKetta) Peperoni = bell peppers (the vegetable, not the meat!) Intro: Ciao by Lee Maddeford(Attrib

  • #1: Why Italian is easier than you think

    10/12/2016 Duração: 05min

    Did you know that around 30% of English words are similar to Italian words? By pronouncing them in an Italian way(hand gestures optional) they will help you a lot when you start speaking Italian. Remember what you learnt in today's episode! To get free bonus materials, including a quiz and flashcards, visit our website: http://joyoflanguages.com/italian-is-easy/ Today's Italian words Possibile = possible Impossibile = impossible Terribile = terrible Esatto = Exactly Corretto = correct Perfetto = perfect Responsabile = responsable Animale = animal Originale = original Attenzione = attention Conversazione = conversation Simile = similar Vocabolario = vocabulary Intro: Ciao by Lee Maddeford(Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License).

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