The Most Important Rules of Italian Grammar
Here at Italian Online we do not like to focus on grammar too much. For most of us grammar is boring and studying rule after rule is not very exciting. However, in all of our learning journeys there comes a point where we need to rely on it to make sure we are using the correct form and to close gaps in our language skills. We want to make language learning fun, so we decided to highlight the most important grammar rules for you – this way you can learn the basic grammar concepts and move on to the fun stuff!
Part of learning a new language is combining many different aspects, like comprehension, speaking, writing, and understanding context. The main purpose of grammar is to connect, hold and support all of these essential elements together.
Below you can find the main rules about Italian grammar: gender, number, articles, pronouns, verbs, adjectives and much more. As you are continuing your learning journey, use these rules to integrate your learning and connect the dots. Grammar alone will not make you fluent, but it will allow you to know Italian properly.
Enjoy and feel free to share with anyone that needs a bit of Italian grammar in their life!
Tip: If you don’t have a learning plan to learn Italian (or any language for that matter), don’t waste your precious time any longer on methods that don’t work and follow our Free Guide on how to learn Italian successfully.
Italian Grammar Lessons
- Italian Definite Articles
- Italian Indefinite Articles
- Italian Nouns – Gender & Number
- Italian Adjectives
- Italian Pronouns
- Italian Adverbs
- Italian Comparatives & Superlatives
- Italian Impersonal Forms
- Italian Passive Forms
- Italian Prepositions
- Italian Partitive Article
- Italian Verbal Modes and Tenses
- Italian Grammar Exercises
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