Just as in English, you would never say "I and you," there are rules in Italian, too for using these personal pronouns (io (I), tu (you-subject), me (me), te (you-object). Marika explains it all and give you examples!
Lara and Luca try to follow protocol, but when that doesn't work, they barge ahead with their investigation, and get into an extremely dangerous situation. Fortunately for everyone, Lara doesn't lose her cool...
In the previous two segments, both the masculine and feminine indefinite articles were introduced. In this segment, Daniela has her students supply the correct indefinite article for a series of nouns.
Lara is all excited about something she found out, but when she goes looking for Luca, she gets an unexpected and unpleasant surprise. Catching herself, she "gets over it" and the two of them start in on a late night search. All they need is a warrant.
Whether or not you take stock in astrology, Marika gives you plenty of new vocabulary for talking about personality, while describing the characteristics attributed to the first three signs of the zodiac: Aries, Taurus and Gemini.
Arianna explains, in simple Italian, and step by step, her own personal recipe for a pasta dish: Farfalle Primavera. Farfalle is a type of pasta shaped like a farfalla (butterfly). Primavera is the season between winter and summer.