household items in italian

This one’s for those looking to dive into the Italian household.

Perhaps you’re renting an Airbnb for your stay and want to hone up on Italian language skills to impress your host.

Or maybe you just want to speak a bit of household Italian with friends, family, or others while in country or at home.

Either way, this video from Live Lingua Italian teacher Luisa covers household items in Italian and includes English translations. She covers each item in a slow memorable and even provides some handy tricks for rembembering what you’ve learned.

Take it away, Luisa!

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