Italian Grammar: Ora, Tempo o Volta?

Italian Grammar: Ora, Tempo o Volta?

There is a lot of confusion with the word “time” since in Italian there are three words that it translates into: ora, tempo and volta. Ora means “hour” and “now,” although in English it also translates as “time.” It is used to refer to a: –...

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Italian Grammar: Essere Vs. Stare

Italian Grammar: Essere Vs. Stare

We get asked the difference between the verbs “essere” and “stare” all the time and, as always, while there are rules, there are also many times in which the two are interchangeable and things can get confusing. Main uses...

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