Today we’ll talk about the Italian verbs avere and fare used in daily speech. Quiz & Webcast.
Ciao a tutti.
Important Italian verbs such as avere and fare can be used for building simple as well as complex expressions that people use every day. “To have” and “to do/make” have sometimes a different nuance in English, so essere and fare are often confusing to English speakers.
If you translate the examples below, word by word, they will make sense. Today we are going to see rather simple, useful and common colloquial sentences with avere and fare. I’ll write other similar posts for advanced speakers.
Listen and repeat after the webcast.
Thanks for reading, try the quiz and ask your questions in the comments. Alla prossima!
Italian picture of today: Leonardo Bistolfi – Manifesto – 1902