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MyDailyPhrase Italian: Lesson 012

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    3 replies to "Lesson 012: Week 3, Tuesday"

    • Jackson

      I’m just a bit confused, I thought that “I am” was “Io sono” but in a recent show you said something like “(io) sto”…

    • Mark

      “I am” is indeed (io) sono, as in “io sono italiano” (I am Italian). However, when you’re talking about feelings, you would use “sto”. In this situation it means “I am (currently)” or “I am feeling”.

    • Jackson

      that seems similar to the spanish ser vs. estar…

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