How To: Talk about insects in Italian

Talk about insects in Italian

In this tutorial, we learn how to say Italian words in English. To say "the insects" in Italian, you say "gli insetti". Ants are "formica", aphids are "afidi", bees are "api", and beetle is "scarafaggio". Butterfly is "farfalla", caterpillar is "bruco", cricket is "grillo", dragonfly is "libellulu", and earth worm is "lombrico". Knowing how to say these are the first stepping stones to learning to speak Italian. Just knowing these can help you start to speak this beautiful language in no time. Make sure you practice while using the proper accent, or the words can come out to mean something completely different.

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