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Last week on the Conversational Italian! Facebook group, we talked about how to use the phrase “ci vuole,” which means, “it takes time.”
This is a complicated Italian phrase for an English speaker to learn how to use, because in this case, volere is conjugated like the verb piacere.But of course, it is a very important phrase to know if one truly wants to converse in Italian, because we commonly talk about how much time something takes us to do!
Below is an excerpt from my blog for advanced students of Italian that contains materials Italian teachers may want to use as well. I am hoping to soon compile these blog posts into an Italian course, but for now, stay tuned to blog.learntravelitalian.com for an essay each month on important topics we all need to learn to become…
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