Finally, I got sometime to write my second lesson of Italian language for steem skillshare.
I'll try my best to write these tutorials more often, but as you certainly know, life nowadays is quite busy, and even if I love to share my contents here, this is not always possible.
Let's start with this lesson, shall we?
Talking about TIME in Italian
Days of the week
- Lunedì - Monday
- Martedì - Tuesday
- Mercoledì - Wednesday
- Giovedì - Thursday
- Venerdì - Friday
- Sabato - Saturday
- Domenica - Sunday
Be careful not to forget that:
- the first 5 have the accent at the end
- they are all written with a lowercase letter
- they are all male, except on Sundays
Now, an important thing you need to know is that the days of the week are preceded by the definite article or the preposition DI if we are referring to something that happens every week on that day.
Il lunedì (Every monday) faccio sport, però di sabato (Every Saturday) mi riposo.
Months of the year
Remember that even months are always written with a lowercase letter!
In addition, they are usually preceded by the preposition A .
A dicembre fa freddo!
Don't forget, as well, that the preposition A is also used with the timetable and holidays such as Christmas, Easter, New Year, etc.
A Natale vado a sciare.
The order to write or say the dates in Italian is: day + month + year
Io sono nato il 30 aprile 1985
- primavera - spring
- estate - summer
- autunno - autumn
- inverno - winter
With the seasons it is necessary to use the preposition IN (the use of the preposition DI with the seasons is also attested)
In primavera ci sono belle giornate.
That's all for this lesson, I hope this was interesting for you.
Thanks for reading.