Learn Italian

Italian is a language spoken by over 63 million people worldwide. It is the official language of the Italy, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City.

The ease or difficulty of learning Italian, like any language, can vary depending on your native language, previous language learning experience, and individual aptitude for learning languages. However, many learners find Italian to be a relatively accessible language compared to some others. On this page you will find are some factors that contribute to the perception of Italian as either easy or challenging.

25 most used Italian verbs

Beginner level

Italian conjugation chart

Intermediate level

Master Italian conjugation full set advanced level

Advanced level

Italian language

The ease of learning Italian:

Lets start with the good news. Here is why Italian is relatively easier to learn compared to other languages:

Phonetic Language: Italian is a phonetic language, meaning words are typically pronounced as they are written. This can make it easier to learn pronunciation and spelling compared to languages with more complex sound-to-spelling relationships.

Clear Grammar Rules: Italian grammar is generally considered to be logical and consistent, with fewer irregularities compared to some other languages. This can make it easier to understand and apply grammar rules.

Similar Vocabulary: If you already speak English or another Romance language (e.g., Spanish, French, Portuguese), you’ll find that Italian shares a significant amount of vocabulary and grammar with these languages. This familiarity can help you grasp Italian more quickly.

Italian conjugation chart

For visual learners:
Italian conjugation chart

Interested in learning the most essential tenses of the Italian language? Check out this Italian conjugation blueprint.

This chart is made for those who want to have the conjugation process visualised. To have an overview of the rule of thumb for the essential tenses used in the Italian language.

The difficulties and challenges in learning Italian:

Now the bad news. Here is how learning Italian can be difficult of challenging especially compared to other languages:

Verb Conjugations: While Italian has fewer irregular verbs compared to some other Romance languages, verb conjugations can still be complex, especially for beginners. Learning verb tenses and moods can be a challenge.
Gender and Articles: Like other Romance languages, Italian has gendered nouns (masculine and feminine) and corresponding articles (il, la, lo, etc.). This can be tricky for speakers of non-gendered languages, and memorizing genders can be challenging.
Subjunctive Mood: Italian uses the subjunctive mood more extensively than English, and knowing when and how to use it can be challenging for learners.
Regional Variations: Italian has regional dialects and variations in pronunciation and vocabulary. While standard Italian (based on the Tuscan dialect) is taught in schools, you may encounter regional differences when traveling or interacting with native speakers.

The 25 most used verbs
in Italian

The Italian language is a great and inspiring language to learn.

As with every language learning journey it always start at the essentials: basic verbs in the present conjugation.

Check out of the most used Italian verbs in one overview.

25 most used Italian verbs


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Italian present tense chart

Italian present tense

Italian imperfect tense chart

Italian imperfect tense

Italian past tense chart

Italian past tense

Italian Conjugations

Looking to reach an advanced level of Italian?
Then you don’t just need to learn the rules, you need to start learning the exceptions as well.

The Italian conjugation is part of this master pack so you will visually learn how to conjugate verbs in the tenses used in daily conversations.

But after that you will also need to learn the exceptions: the irregular verbs. Tense by tense this Master Set will visualise the regular and irregular verbs to provide you with the full picture of essential verbs and tenses you need to learn to obtain an advanced level.

Tenses included are:
– Present tense
– Imperfect tense
– Past tense
– Future tense
– Conditional tense
– Present perfect
& Past perfect

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