Italian present tense patterns
I have decided to make another video. This time, regarding the patterns of the present tense. I hope it helps you. What better time than Christmas to do the PRESENT tense: http://youtu.be/-TzMZvV6xB0
Thanks. Are you always on the computer? You do spend a lot of time here. Oh and thanks for lingots!
Not here, I read pdf books a lot and sometimes I check my activity stream while studying! You're welcome! :)
Wow thank you! No I am not a teacher but I did consider such a vocation some time ago.
Your hint on how to add "no" onto the infinitive form, to create the "loro" version has really helped my pronunciation. I could never decide if leggono was "LEGGO-no" or "Ledge-OH-no" (good old "Francesca" 's voice was hit and miss).
Knowing that the -no part is soft and not stressed is an excellent tip.
I also added a comment on your youtube site about where you might look for inspiration in making another video.
Thanks! It reminds me of the trouble I used to have 15 years ago with the silent -ent in French.
Thank you - I found your video really clear to understand and it was very helpful!
Excellent video; you have a very soothing style which makes learning comfortable.