• Italian course for beginners (A1)
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  • 1 Greetings in Italian (hello, goodbye, ...) [0/5]
  • 2 How to introduce yourself in Italian (my name is...) [0/6]
  • 3 Asking and telling the time in Italian [0/5]
  • 4 Days of the week, months and holidays in Italian [0/6]
  • 5 How to talk about your family in Italian [0/6]
  • 6 House, rooms, furniture in Italian [0/14]
  • 7 The weather in Italian [0/5]
  • 8 Body parts in Italian [0/12]
  • 9 Clothes in Italian (shoes, accessories, fashion) [0/13]
  • 10 The colours in Italian [0/5]
  • 11 Countries and nationalities in Italian [0/6]
  • 12 Describing someone in Italian (adjectives, body) [0/9]
  • 13 Feelings and emotions in Italian (I love you) [0/7]
  • 14 Food names in Italian [0/9]
  • 15 How to order food at the restaurant in Italian [0/6]
  • 16 Animals and pets in Italian [0/14]
  • 17 Nature in Italian [0/5]
  • 18 School in Italian [0/6]
  • 19 Jobs and professions in Italian [0/6]
  • 20 The city and asking for directions in Italian [0/7]
  • 21 Hobbies and sports in Italian [0/5]
  • 22 Health in Italian [0/5]
  • 23 Wishes and proverbs in Italian [0/4]
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    Exercise on sentences with human body vocabulary - Single choice set

    Practise your newly learned skills about the expression with human body

    Choose the right translation.

     

    1. To get out of bed on the wrong side 

    Svegliarsi con il piede sbagliato

    Avere la pelle d’oca

    2. To stand open-mouthed 

    Rimanere a bocca aperta

    Mettere la mano sul fuoco

    3. To lick one’s lips 

    Leccarsi le dita/i baffi

    Avere l'acqua alla gola

    4. To turn one’s back to somebody  

    Voltare le spalle

    Non aprir bocca

    5. Not to lift a finger

    Non muovere un dito

    Mettere il dito nella piaga

    6. To give an inch and take a mile  

    Dare un dito e prendersi un braccio

    Con le mani nel sacco

    7. To do not sleep a wink

    Non chiudere occhio

    Avere una faccia tosta

    8. To have one’s head on one’s shoulders 

    Avere la testa sulle spalle

    Avere l'acqua alla gola

    9. From the bottom of one's heart

    Con il cuore in mano

    Voltare le spalle

    10. To poke one’s nose into

    Ficcare il naso

    Battere i denti

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