How to use “uguale”: Italian grammar lesson 120

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Dive into the Italian language and master the adjective uguale! This guide will show you how to use it to express equality, sameness, and identical qualities in Italian with ease. 🇮🇹✨

  • Meaning of Uguale: Get that uguale means equal, identical, or the same in Italian. It’s your go-to word for matching vibes in Italian! 🤝
  • Pronunciation Practice: Don’t trip over the vowels! Uguale has four of them, so practice to sound like a true Italian. 🗣️🎶
  • Adjective Agreement: Remember, uguale is for singular nouns, and uguali is for plurals, regardless of gender. Keep it simple and stylish! 👌
  • Using Uguale in Sentences: Use uguale to make your Italian sentences pop with comparisons. Whether it’s laws or rhythms, equality never sounded so chic. ⚖️🎵
  • Uguale a and Its Variants: Pair uguale with a to specify what you’re comparing to. Mix and match with al, allo, all’, alla, ai, agli, and alle for grammatical perfection. 🎨
  • Real-Life Examples: Apply your new skills with examples like cakes and cars. Show off how uguale a can make your Italian as smooth as your tiramisu. 🍰🚗
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What’s the meaning of uguale in Italian?

Uguale meansidentical, the same, and equal.

We use it when we want to refer to something or someone having identical characteristics as something or someone else.

Its meaning might be easy to remember since uguale sounds a bit like equal.

However, uguale might be a bit tricky to pronounce since it has 4 vowels. We recommend practicing its pronunciation.

For now, let’s just have a look at the two possible ways of using uguale:

Lo stipendio è uguale per tutti gli insegnanti.

The salary is the same for all the teachers.

Ho comprato un vestito uguale al tuo.

I bought a dress that’s identical to yours.

What does uguale mean

How to use uguale and uguali?

Uguale is an adjective since it describes a noun (a person, a thing, etc.)

However, unlike other adjectives there are only two variants, as you can see below:

  • uguale for masculine and feminine singular nouns.
  • uguali for masculine and feminine plural nouns.

Have a look at the examples below and pay attention to when we use uguale and when we use uguali:

Il ritmo di questa canzone è sempre uguale.

The rhythm of this song is always identical.

La legge deve essere uguale per tutti.

The law has to be equal for everyone.

Questi cani sembrano uguali.

These dogs look identical.

Le nostre bambine sono uguali.

Our girls are identical.

How to use uguale

How to use uguale a?

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If we want to be specific and say that something or someone is identical to something or someone else, we say uguale a.

The preposition a changes depending on the gender and number of the noun it refers to, so here are the other possible options:

  • al
  • allo
  • all’
  • alla
  • ai
  • agli
  • alle

Let’s have a look at some examples:

Questa torta è uguale a quella che ho fatto la settimana scorsa.

This cake is identical to the one I made last week.

La mia macchina è uguale alla tua.

My car is identical to yours.

I capelli tinti non sono mai uguali ai capelli naturali.

Dyed hair is never identical to natural hair.

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FAQs on How to use “uguale”: Italian grammar lesson 120

What's the meaning of "uguale" in Italian?

Uguale meansidentical, the same, and equal. We use it when we want to refer to something or someone having identical characteristics as something or someone else.

How to use "uguale" and "uguali"?

"Uguale" for masculine and feminine singular nouns and "uguali" for masculine and feminine plural nouns.

How to use "uguale a"?

If we want to be specific and say that something or someone is identical to something or someone else.

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