possessive italian adjectives

If you plan to travel to Italy and want to speak a bit of Italian while there, this video from Live Lingua Italian teacher Luisa. She covers possessive Italian adjectives in a friendly and approachable manner, with English translations and slow presentation.

Consistent use, both with speaking and listening, of the language is the best way you can memorize possessive Italian adjectives. If you have access to any Italian media — such as television, movies, Italian learning podcasts, or newspapers, this can substitute for times when you don’t have anyone to speak to.

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