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Italian Double Consonants - Consonanti Doppie
Italian double consonants and Italian language lessons with instruction in grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and vocabulary

Italian Syllabication - Dividing Italian Words Into Syllables
Italian syllabication, dividing Italian words into syllables, and Italian language lessons with instruction in grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and vocabulary

Italian Pronunciation - Italian Stress - Accento Tonico
Italian pronunciation and Italian language lessons with instruction in grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and vocabulary

Italian Days of the Week - Italian Months - Italian Seasons
Italian days of the week, months, seasons, and Italian language lessons with instruction in grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and vocabulary

Italian Indefinite Articles - Articoli Indeterminativi
Italian indefinite articles, gli articoli indeterminativi, and Italian language lessons with instruction in grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and vocabulary

Italian Simple Prepositions - Preposizioni Semplici
Lesson on Italian simple prepositions (preposizioni semplici) with examples in Italian and English.

Italian Interrogatives - Pronomi Interrogativi - Asking Questions in Italian
Italian interrogatives, i pronomi interrogativi, asking questions in Italian, and Italian language lessons with instruction in grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and vocabulary

Italian Direct Object Pronouns - Pronomi Diretti
Italian direct object pronouns, i pronomi diretti, and Italian language lessons with instruction in grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and vocabulary

Italian Indirect Object Pronouns - Pronomi Indiretti
Italian indirect object pronouns, i pronomi indiretti, and Italian language lessons with instruction in grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and vocabulary

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Eight
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Nine
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Ten
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Eleven
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Twelve
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Fourteen
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Fifteen
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Sixteen
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Seventeen
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Eighteen
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children Index
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

The Rage and the Pride - Oriana Fallaci
A complete translation into English of The Rage and The Pride (La Rabbia e l'Orgoglio), written by the Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11.

Inferno - Canto I - Divine Comedy - Dante Alighieri - La Divina Commedia
Inferno: Canto I - Italian-English translation of the Divine Comedy online, with an overview of the Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise and a brief history of Dante Alighieri.

Inferno - Canto III - Divine Comedy - Dante Alighieri - La Divina Commedia
Inferno: Canto III - Italian-English translation of the Divine Comedy online, with an overview of the Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise and a brief history of Dante Alighieri.

Inferno - Canto V - Divine Comedy - Dante Alighieri - La Divina Commedia
Inferno: Canto V - Italian-English translation of the Divine Comedy online, with an overview of the Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise and a brief history of Dante Alighieri.

Italian Colors
Italian colors for children with audio files. Teach your child the colors in Italian with these audio files.

Children's Conversational Italian: Do You Speak English
Essential Italian conversation for children with audio files. Teach your child the Italian with these practice dialogues.

Children's Conversational Italian
Essential Italian conversation for children with audio files. Teach your child the Italian with these practice dialogues.

Italian Numbers For Children: Number One
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Two
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Three
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Four
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Five
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Six
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian Numbers For Children: Number Seven
Illustrated counting exercises in Italian for children. With audio!

Italian For Children - Childrens Italian Lessons - Kids Italian Learning Material
Free Internet online instruction for children. Teach your child the Italian alphabet and practice counting with audio. There are plenty of resources at the Italian Language GuideSite to teach your child Italian.

Typing Italian Language Characters - Italian Accent Chart
Want to type an accented Italian character but do not know how? Use this chart and refer to How To Type Italian Language Characters to insert accented Italian language characters in documents such as email and online.

Thanksgiving in Italy - Italian Thanksgiving Traditions - La Festa del Ringraziamento
Thanksgiving in Italy? The distinctly American tradition doesn't translate well in the land of Etruscans, but for most Italian Americans Thanksgiving dinner means the inclusion of special Italian family recipes to accompany the traditional meal.

Pronouncing Italian Last Names - How To Pronounce Italian American Surnames
Since surnames are obviously a point of pride, it's not hard to understand why families would insist on pronouncing them a certain way. But second- and third-generation Italian Americans who have little or no knowledge of Italian are often unaware of how to correctly pronounce their last names.

Neologisms in Italian - Neologismi
Italian neologisms (newly coined terms, words, or phrases) are either words taken from a foreign language or words derived from words that already exist in Italian.

Italian Transitive Verbs Intransitive Verbs
In Italian, verbs that can take a direct object are called transitive, while those that cannot take a direct object are called intransitive.

Italian Articles - Articoli in Italiano
In Italian grammar the article (articolo italiano) is one of the variable parts of speech and precedes the noun or noun phrase, with which it must agree in gender and number.

Ogni Tizio, Caio, e Sempronio - Every Tom, Dick, and Harry in Italian
Every Tom, Dick, and Harry. Ever hear someone use that expression to indicate multiple unspecified people? In Italian, the analogous phrase is: ogni Tizio, Caio, e Sempronio.

Italian Degree of Comparison Adjectives - Gradi dell'Aggettivo
In Italian the degree of comparison adjectives (gradi dell'aggettivo) describe the relational value of one thing with something in another clause of a sentence. Italian has three degrees of comparison: positive, comparative, and superlative.

Italian Language
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Italia Turrita - Italian National Symbol
Italia turrita is the personification of Italy as a nation. The allegorical image, a young female figure, is depicted wearing a crown in the shape of a ring wall with towers.

Calabrian Curses: Averting The Malocchio
After their misadventure in Calabria, Danielle and her friends continue further south and decide to cross the straits to visit Messina. But first, they encounter a gypsy and must avert the malocchio.

Italian Easter Vocabulary List - Easter Italian Words - Italian Easter Terms
The Italian Easter vocabulary list has terms and words used in Italy during Eastertime. Listen to Italian Easter terms and words. Page 2.

Elision in Italian - Italian Elision
In Italian elision is the omission of an unstressed final vowel of a word before the initial vowel of the next word.

Sicilian-English Dictionary: E-F-G-I
Sicilian-English dictionary with hundreds of Sicilian words translated into English. Includes Sicilian words starting with the letters E, F, G, I. Page 2.

Sicilian-English Dictionary: J-L-M-N
Sicilian-English dictionary with hundreds of Sicilian words translated into English. Includes Sicilian words starting with the letters J, L, M, N. Page 3.

Sicilian-English Dictionary: S-T-U-V-Z
Sicilian-English dictionary with hundreds of Sicilian words translated into English. Includes Sicilian words starting with the letters S, T, U, V, Z. Page 5.

Sicilian-English Dictionary
Sicilian-English dictionary with hundreds of Sicilian words translated into English.

Sicilian-English Dictionary: O-P-Q-R
Sicilian-English dictionary with hundreds of Sicilian words translated into English. Includes Sicilian words starting with the letters O, P, Q, R. Page 4.

Intransitive Pronominal Form of Italian Verbs
Intransitive pronominal verbs are intransitive verbs that are preceded by pronominal particles when conjugated.

Idiomatic Expressions, Sayings, and Proverbs That Use the Italian Verb Essere
In Italian, there are a multitude of idiomatic expressions and terms that use the verb essere (to be).

How To Tell Time in Italian - Italian Time Clock
Don't want to miss the next train to Venice? Have tickets to La Scala for 20:00 and aren't sure when that is? These quick, step-by-step instructions on how to tell time in Italian will help you avoid missing curtain call.

Italian Pronunciation Mistakes
The top 10 pronunciation errors in Italian.

Where is Italian Spoken - How Many Italian Speakers Are There
If you travel to Italy and don't speak Italian, it seems as if everyone is speaking Italian! But in fact, there are several different languages spoken in Italy, as well as a number of dialects.

Second Conjugation Italian Verbs - Italian Ere Verbs - Conjugating Italian Ere Verbs
Second conjugation Italian verbs with conjugation charts and grammar notes. Includes workbook exercises on second conjugation Italian verbs with answer key.

Italian Word of the Day - Newsletter and Index
The Italian word of the day. Hear a new word every day in Italian and a phrase using the Italian word in an example.

Third Conjugation Italian Verbs - Italian Ire Verbs - Conjugating Italian Ire Verbs
Third conjugation Italian verbs with conjugation charts and grammar notes. Includes workbook exercises on third conjugation Italian verbs with answer key.

Italian Relative Pronouns - Pronomi Relativi
Italian relative pronouns (pronomi relativi), in addition to substituting for a noun, relate two propositions.

Top 10 Myths About Learning Italian
Do you want to learn Italian, or do you want to spend your time coming up with excuses for why you can't learn Italian? Like other self-improvement activities you can convince yourself with a multitude of excuses why you can't pronounce Italian words or conjugate Italian verbs, or you can use that time and energy to learn Italian.

Top 10 Myths About Learning Italian
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The Best Way To Learn Italian
The secret to learning Italian? Practice, practice, practice. Any method is appropriate, whether it's reading an Italian textbook, taking a language course at a university or local language school, or conversing with a native Italian speaker.

Italian Personal Pronouns - Pronomi Personali
Italian personal pronouns (pronomi personali) replace proper or common nouns and in some cases even animals or things.

Combined Forms of Unstressed Italian Pronouns
Unstressed Italian pronouns have specific forms when combined with other unstressed pronouns.

Italian Truncation - Troncamento in Italiano
In Italian linguistics, truncation is the clipping or shortening of a phonetic element (vowel, consonant, or syllable) at the end of a word.

Phonotactic Doubling in Italian - Raddoppiamento Fonosintattico
In Italian, phonotactic doubling refers to the

Forming the plurals of Italian nouns that end in -co and -go
Forming the plurals of Italian words ending in -co and -go can be a challenge.

Forming the plurals of Italian nouns that end in -cia and -gia
In Italian, the correct spelling of feminine plural nouns ending in-cia and -gia can be perplexing.

Active and Passive Forms of Italian Verbs
Italian verbs can be active or passive, depending on placement of the subject and object in the sentence.

Go To Hell In Italian - Va' All'Inferno
While the sentiment isn't simpatico, sometimes you're forced to proclaim it: Go to Hell! It could be in response to a perceived insult, a misdeed, or an instance of road rage. Whatever the reason, there are a number of nuanced ways to express your wrath in Italian.

Italian Personal Subject Pronouns
italian personal subject pronouns include io, noi, tu, and voi.

Italian Indefinite Pronouns - Pronomi Indefiniti
Italian indefinite pronouns (pronomi indefiniti) refer in general (rather than specific) terms to persons, places, or things without specifying the noun that they replace.

Italian Indefinite Pronouns
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Table of Italian Interjections - Exclamations in Italian
A list of common Italian interjections and their meanings in English.

Italian Euphonic D - D Eufonica
In the Italian language la d eufonica is an euphonic phenomenon, in both spoken and written Italian, in which the letter d is appended to the words a, e, and o when the following word begins with a vowel.

Tattoos in Italian - Getting an Italian Tattoo
If you're thinking about getting an Italian tattoo, one thing to consider is context. A trendy phrase in English might not mean anything in Italian.

Introduction to Italian Linguistics
Does the statement I can't learn foreign languages seem familiar? Linguistics, the study of human languages, has gotten a bad rap among many people because the term has often been identified with a limited number of topics, particularly grammar, which many people hate.

Italian Quotation Marks (Fra Virgolette) Types and Uses
Italian quotation marks are sometimes treated as an afterthought in the classroom and in textbooks, but they differ crucially in both appearance and usage.

Being Naive
Determined to finally speak Italian fluently, the author heads to Rome and is shocked at how little Italian she knows.

Italian Dialects - Dialects of Italy - Italian Minority Languages
An Italian dialect would seem to be easy to define—some would claim it's a variant of Standard Italian spoken in small towns and villages throughout Italy. The reality is a lot more complex. In fact, what's often referred to as >an Italian dialect can be a distinct local language (dialect of Italy) or a regional variety (dialect of Italian).

Italian Personal Object Pronouns
italian personal object pronouns

Italian Compound Nouns - Nomi Composti
In Italian linguistics, composition is the process by which a new word is formed by combining two or more words. The new term is called a composto (compound) or parola composto (compound word).

Italian Diminutives - Alterati Diminutivi
In Italian, diminutives (alterati diminutivi) are formed by adding a suffix in the grammatical process of alteration.

Italian National Anthem - Inno di Mameli - Il Canto degli Italiani
The Italian national anthem was written in the autumn of 1847 in Genova, by student and patriot Goffredo Mameli. A couple of months later, the words were set to music in Torino by another Genovese, Michele Novaro. The song is known variously as L'Inno di Mameli, Il Canto degli Italiani, or Fratelli d'Italia.

Lyrics to the Italian National Anthem - Il Testo dell'Inno Nazionale
Lyrics to the Italian national anthem, as written by Goffredo Mameli. Page 2.

Il Vittoriano - National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II
Il Vittoriano, the National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II in Rome, is a monument built to honor Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of a unified Italy. The neo-classic structure in white marble occupies a site between the Piazza Venezia and the Capitoline Hill in Rome.

Italy's National Color - Azzurro
Azzurro is the national Italian color. Azzurro is also the color of the jerseys worn by Italian athletes in international competition.

Giro d'Italia - The Giro - Italian Bicycle Race
The Giro d’Italia (Tour of Italy), established in 1909, is a long-distance bicycle race that takes place annually in May or early June throughout Italy. The symbol of the Giro d'Italia is the Maglia Rosa, awarded to the overall leader after each stage of the race as well as to the eventual winner.

Bonnie Smetts
Bonnie Smetts first fell in love with Italian when she decided to take a few classes before visiting a friend who’d moved to Umbria. Five years later, she’s studied all the grammar, read stack of classics, and participated in myriad conversation groups. The time has come for her to be fluent in Italian.

Italian Possessive Pronouns - Pronomi Possessivi
In Italian, possessive pronouns are used to replace a noun modified by a possessive adjective. A possessive pronoun must agree with the noun it replaces in gender and number.

Forming Feminine Nouns in Italian - Formazione Del Femminile in Italiano
Most Italian masculine nouns that refer to persons or animals have a corresponding female form that differs only in the ending. Feminine nouns in Italian are formed by substituting the masculine endings with the appropriate final vowel or suffix.

Italian Nouns - Il Nome in Italiano
In Italian, a noun is the variable part of speech that indicates a person, place, thing, ideas, concepts, or moods, or more generally, any entity animate, inanimate, or thought.

Gender of Italian Nouns - Genere del Nome
In Italian, the gender of a noun can be masculine or feminine. Foreign nouns, when used in Italian, usually keep the same gender as the language of origin.

Italian Nouns With Irregular Gender
In Italian, grammatical gender, when referring to people and animals, is related to sex. However, this principle is not always observed. When referring to things, the attribution of gender seems unrelated with respect to meaning, and there are many instances of Italian nouns with irregular gender.

Italian Superlative Ending in -Issimo
Although the suffix -issimo is one of the most common means of intensification in Italian, its use is not as simple as it might seem.

Italian Conjunctions - Congiunzioni Italiane
Italian conjunctions are invariable words that combine two or more words in a sentence or two or more clauses in a phrase.

Italian Adverbs of Place - Avverbi di Luogo
Italian adverbs of place specify the location of an object in space, its position relative to the interlocutors, or the place where the action takes place.

Italian Adverbs - Avverbi Italiani
Italian adverbs modify or qualify the meaning of the verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs to which they refer.

Italian Adverbs of Manner - Avverbi di Modo
Italian adverbs of manner indicate the mode or manner in which an action takes place.

Italian Interrogative Adverbs - Avverbi Interrogativi
Italian interrogative adverbs are used to introduce a question concerning manner, place, time, measurement, or value.

Placement of Italian Adverbs - Posizione dell'Avverbio
In Italian the adverb is usually placed near the word to which it refers. Page 2.

Italian Partitive Articles - Articoli Partitivi in Italiano
In Italian the articolo partitivo (partitive article) is used to indicate imprecise or approximate quantities.

Italian Indefinite Adjectives - Aggettivi Indefiniti in Italiano
Italian indefinite adjectives (aggettivi indefiniti) indicate indefinite beings or things in general. The indefinite adjectives are divided into a few types.

Italian Interrogative Adjectives and Exclamatory Adjectives - Aggettivi Interrogativi e Aggettivi Esclamativi in Italiano
Italian interrogative adjectives (aggettivi interrogativi) and exclamatory adjectives (aggettivi esclamativi) indicate an indefinite quantity or quality of the noun to which it refers, in the form of a question or exclamation. Page 2.

Use of the Definite Articles Il and Lo in Early Italian
In early Italian, the use of various forms of the definite article was somewhat different than today. The form lo was more frequent than in modern Italian, and it was also used in many cases in which il was subsequently called for.

Use of the Definite Articles Il and Lo in Early Italian
In early Italian, the use of various forms of the definite article was somewhat different than today. The form lo was more frequent than in modern Italian, and it was also used in many cases in which il was subsequently called for. Page 2.

Italian Preposition Da - La Preposizione Da
The Italian preposition da means from, since, at. It can also indicate location or movement to a place.

Italian Preposition A - La Preposizione A
In Italian, the preposition a expresses the sense of direction and has a wide range of uses.

Using Personal Pronouns in Italian - Pronomi Personali
Italian personal pronouns, which replace nouns, are used in a variety of instances. Examples of Italian personal pronouns (pronomi personali) include io, tu, egli, and ella in the singular, and noi, voi, essi, and esse in the plural.

Buon Ricordo
When visiting Italy have you ever had a restaurant meal that was so delicious that you wished you could take it with you? As a member of Buon Ricordo, you can literally take the dish home as a souvenir!

Culinary Tours To Italy - Food Tours To Italy - Cooking Tours To Italy
An Italian tour company conducts specialized small group food tours to Italy. Itineraries include artisanal cheese-making demonstrations, visits to Italian wineries and olive oil press facilities, pastry-making exhibits, and meals at local restaurants.

Pazza For Pizza
If learning Italian were as common as ordering a pizza, then the Italian language would have the largest number of speakers in the world.

We Don't Take Reservations - Restaurant Types in Italy
Restaurants in Italy include the autogrill, or roadside snack bar; the osteria, an informal place; the trattoria, which is a medium-priced, often family-run eating establishment; and the paninoteca, a place where sandwiches and salads are often available.

Corso di Formazione per Uomini
There's a course for everything, and now there's a course in Italian for becoming a man. The objective, of course, is to become as intelligent as a woman (that is, become perfect). So get ready to study, men, because this class requires a lot of work.

Deciphering the Menu in Italy
In Italy, dishes are usually served on separate plates in a specific order. Here are the main components of a typical Italian menu, in the order they are served.

Ashhpet - Neapolitan Dialect - Napoletano - Nnapulitano
Danielle escapes language purgatorio in Naples. She feels free to speak, make mistakes, and use the words she knows instead of suppressing all that she had been trying to hide in Florence.

Mammone: Pronounced The Same in Sicilian
Danielle travels to Sicily hoping to dispel some of the negative stereotypes she grew up with. One evening she finds herself with a handsome man whispering sweet indecipherable nothings into her ear. But she soon discovers that a mammone is still a mamma's boy, even when speaking Sicilian.

Fluent in Italian - Italian Language Fluency - Fluency in Italian
You could sit for any number of tests to determine your Italian fluency. But what if you don't excel at exam-taking, or prefer a different way to rank your fluency in Italian? The ILR Scale can be used to rank your Italian language skills and, if fluency is your goal, identify areas for improvement.

Irregular Third Conjugation Italian Verbs - Irregular Italian Ire Verbs - Conjugating Irregular Italian Ire Verbs
Irregular third conjugation Italian verbs with conjugation charts and grammar notes. Includes workbook exercises on irregular third conjugation Italian verbs (-ire) with answer key.

List of Irregular Third Conjugation Italian Verbs - List of Irregular Italian Ire Verbs - Irregular Third Conjugation Italian Verbs Listed
List of principal irregular third conjugation Italian verbs. Irregular third conjugation Italian verbs (-ire) listed. Page 2.

Italian Verb Pensare - Understanding the Italian Verb Pensare - How to Use the Italian Verb Pensare
The Italian verb pensare: grammatical usage and examples. In Italian the term pensare a or pensare di both mean

Italian Verb Tornare - Understanding the Italian Verb Tornare - How to Use the Italian Verb Tornare
The Italian verbs tornare, restituire, and riportare: grammatical usage and examples. In Italian there are several ways to express the concept of

List of Italian Conjunctions
In Italian a conjunction is the part of speech that joins two words, sentences, phrases or clauses together.

Love Those Romance Languages
What comes to mind when you hear the word romance? Champagne and chocolates, candle-lit dinners, soft music, and Valentine's Day. Not many people will think Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese. So what are Romance languages and why is Italian part of this group?

Italian Phonology
Knowing where to put the correct stress or how to have proper inflection and intonation can help you come closer to understanding Italian, regardless of whether or not you are a native speaker.

Italian Morphology
As you progress in Italian, you are constructing and morphologically training an Italian lexicon to recognize words and what they mean. By understanding the properties of a word, you can take shortcuts and save storage space in your brain.

Double Double Italian Italian Consonants Consonants
The differences between Italian and English double consonants and how confusion can arise when comparing Italian doubled consonants to English ones. In Italian a doubled consonant is assigned two beats, though this distinction goes unnoticed by many non-natives.

You're In Italy, Speak Italian!
There are dialects of Italian (regional varieties) and there are dialects of Italy (distinct local languages). To further muddy the Tiber, the phrase dialetti italiani is often used to describe both phenomena.

Italian Exclamations - Italian Interjections
Italian exclamations and Italian interjections.

Alternative Italian Dictionary: Letter N
Italian puns, wordplay, double entendres, word games, and malapropisms

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter R
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Alternative Italian Dictionary: Letter E
Italian puns, wordplay, double entendres, word games, and malapropisms

Italian Adult Slang: Letter U
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter M
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Alternative Italian Dictionary: Letter V
Italian puns, wordplay, double entendres, word games, and malapropisms

Italian Adult Slang: Letter R
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter Q
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter T
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter H
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter V
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Adult Slang: Letter F
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Alternative Italian Dictionary: Letter G
Italian puns, wordplay, double entendres, word games, and malapropisms

Italian Adult Slang: Letter C
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter O
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter U
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Alternative Italian Dictionary: Letter T
Italian puns, wordplay, double entendres, word games, and malapropisms

Alternative Italian Dictionary: Letter R
Italian puns, wordplay, double entendres, word games, and malapropisms

Italian Adult Slang: Letter A
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Adult Slang: Letter G
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter L
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter G
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Adult Slang: Letter S
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Adult Slang: Letter B
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Adult Slang: Letter E
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter I
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Adult Slang: Letter H
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Alternative Italian Dictionary: Letter F
Italian puns, wordplay, double entendres, word games, and malapropisms

Italian Adult Slang: Letter I
Online Italian Adult slang with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Alternative Italian Dictionary: Letter S
Italian puns, wordplay, double entendres, word games, and malapropisms

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter S
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Slang Dictionary: Letter P
The online Italian slang dictionary with translations in English, from your Italian Language SiteGuide at About.

Italian Vocabulary Lists
Improve your pronunciation and build your vocabulary! The Italian language audio phrasebook features audio files and an English/Italian phrasebook.

Top Picks - Italian Language
What are the best Italian language textbooks, dictionaries, tapes, and CDs? Which Italian language schools will encourage your skills most effectively? Find the top Italian language study aids and courses.