• Talking about where you live, discussing languages and nationalities

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    Dove abiti? Part 1

    to say where you live the forms of regular verbs ending in "-are" with the example of "abitare" (to live) the difference between "a" and "di"

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    Dove abiti? Part 2

    some simple words that you can use every day to tell whether a noun is masculine or feminine

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    Dove abiti? Review

    the vocabulary from the past two lessons the forms of the verb "abitare" the usage of "a" and "di" feminine and masculine nouns

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    Italian Pronunciation: The Rolled "R"

    to roll the letter "r" like a real Italian

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    Parli italiano? Part 1

    some words for languages and nationalities and their endings

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    Parli italiano? Part 2

    to say which languages you speak more words for languages and nationalities the forms of the regular verb "parlare" (to speak) negation

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    Parli italiano? Review

    the vocabulary from the past two lessons the forms of the verb "parlare" negation

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    Italian Pronunciation: "C" and "G" Before Vowels

    how to pronounce "c" and "g" before vowels

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