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Idiomatic Expressions With The Italian Verb Fare – Part 2 Posted by on Mar 16, 2016

Well, I did warn you that there are a lot of idiomatic expression with the verb fare! If you missed part 1 of this post you can find it HERE. 1. idiomatic weather expressions with fare: fare caldo/freddo = to be hot/cold: oggi fa proprio freddo! = it’s really cold today! fare bel/brutto/cattivo tempo =…

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Idiomatic Expressions With The Italian Verb Fare – Part 1 Posted by on Mar 14, 2016

Last week I published a post showing that the verb avere has many idiomatic meanings apart from the standard translation of ‘to have’. If you haven’t already read it, you can find it here. Today we’ll take a look at the verb fare … which, as we all know, means ‘to make’ or ‘to do’…

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Il Verbo Fare Posted by on Jul 8, 2011

The Italian verb fare is one that students learn fairly early on. It is most often translated as ‘to do’ or ‘to make’: ti faccio un buon caffè – I’ll make you a nice coffee mi scusi, ho fatto un errore – excuse me, I made a mistake stamattina devo fare un paio di lavori…

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