Beginner Course - Grammar Lessons

1. How to Build a Sentence in Italian

Italian is an SVO language just like English: this means that the basic sentence structure is SUBJECT + VERB + OBJECT. Actually, since Italian often drops the subject pronoun, our sentences become even simpler: VERB + OBJECT.

It's easier than it sounds! Watch the video for several examples of this basic word order in affirmative sentences (statements), interrogative sentences (questions), and negative sentences.

Grammar - Lesson 2

In this lesson:

  • Affirmative sentences
  • Interrogative sentences
  • Negative sentences


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