This 60-minute virtual Italian grammar workshop focuses on three of the most commonly used Italian verbs and their many idiomatic uses. But what is an idiomatic use of a verb? It is a use that cannot be literally translated as it will not make any sense. For instance, in English, people ‘TAKE’ a shower but in Italian, people ‘DO’ a shower. As you can see, both literal translations won’t make any sense. Discover how to say ‘How are you?’ vs ‘How is it going?‘, what ‘Andare a gonfie vele’ means, and how this expression, and many more, are used in colloquial Italian. Join us and learn how to sound like an Italian! This workshop is intended for students that already have a mid-pre-intermediate level and up knowledge of Italian (Italian 202 and up from our level classification). Our grammar workshops are not intended for students who have never studied Italian before. Your teacher is Lorena.