Start off on the right track
30-day Italian Grammar Challenge
Not sure where to start? Do you feel haunted by Italian grammar? Take up the 30-day Grammar Challenge! I’ll send you 15 grammar lessons for total beginners so that you start off on the right track. 100% free!
Are you up to the challenge?
I'll show you the way
On this website, I’ve published hundreds of lessons and guides to learn Italian faster.
However, with so much material, you might be wondering where to start.
That’s why I put together a selection of 15 simple grammar notes for total beginners.
I’ll deliver them to your mailbox every other day over the next 30 days.
If you follow my plan, you’ll know exactly what to do.
Every number in the list below is an email that I will send you.
We’ll start with my best tip to make the most out of this course, then cover 15 grammar topics, and finally, you’ll take a quick quiz to check what you’ve learned.
- My best tip to master grammar
Spolier: it’s not about grammar!
- Sei italiano?
Essere I am, you are…
- Ho sete!
Avere I have, you have…
- Un bambino, una bambina
Maschile e femminile Masculine and feminine forms of nouns and adjectives
- Un gelato, due gelati
Singolare e plurale Singular and plural forms of nouns and adjectives
- La vita è bella
Articoli determinativi Definite articles like “the”
- Ho un’idea!
Articoli indeterminativi Indefinite articles like “a,an”
- Dove lavori?
Presente regolare Regular verbs: I work, you work…
- Dove vai?
Presente irregolare: andare, venire, dire, dare, sapere… Irregular verbs: to go, to come, to say…
- A Roma
Preposizioni a, in How to say “in” a place
- Studi ancora francese?
Domande e risposte Turning statements into questions
- Non bevo
Frasi negative Negative sentences
- Tè o caffè?
O How to say “or”
- Mi piace l’Italia!
Mi piace How to say “I like”
- Giochi con noi?
Con How to say “with”
- Che ore sono?
Che ore sono? A che ora…? Telling time
- Online quiz
30 questions, instant results, with suggestions for improvement
Ciao! My name is Stefano. I am an Italian tutor and course author.
As a serial language learner, I’ve lectured in polyglot clubs about my method.
After learning 12 languages, I can tell you that we all master languages by listening and mimicking.
With my method, you’ll be speaking Italian from Lesson 1.
Italian language tutor, translator, polyglot
You might be thinking...
If you just started learning Italian, this is an excellent starting point.
If you came here hoping to master Italian by reading grammar notes, you’ll be surprised, but not disappointed.
The grammar notes that I’ll send you are taken from my original course Ripeti con me!
The challenge doesn’t come with access to the audio lessons of Ripeti con me! but you may redeem your credit and start a plan at any time.
Yes, it’s free.
Reading grammar notes is one thing, putting them into practice is another.
With my audio course, you get plenty of material to learn through practice – not just grammar rules.
You’ll receive an email to the next grammar lesson every other day.
However, that’s just my delivery schedule.
You may take more time to cover one topic or skip others you’re already familiar with.
The links in my emails are always valid and the grammar notes are always available online.
Yes, you’re encouraged to do that. There’s plenty of material on this website.
All you need time and discipline.
Yes, you’re free to leave a comment under the relevant grammar notes and I’ll reply within 24 hours.
Please comment on the website instead of writing to me privately so that everyone can benefit from my answers.
You’ll receive emails with links to selected grammar notes available on this website.
Get in touch if your question is not answered above.