PASSEGGIARE is one of the healthiest activities I practice when I have free time to dedicate to myself or I need to slow down from ordinary life.
When we use this Italian verb we mean a slow and relaxed walk around - in nature or along the city streets - and most of the time that's without a specific destination or direction; we just walk - alone or with the company of a walkmate - with quiet steps.
PASSEGGIARE = FARE UNA PASSEGGIATA
IO PASSEGGIO - FACCIO UNA PASSEGGIATA
TU PASSEGGI - FAI UNA PASSEGGIATA
LUI/LEI PASSEGGIA - FA UNA PASSEGGIATA
NOI PASSEGGIATO - FACCIAMO UNA PASSEGGIATA
VOI PASSEGGIATE - FATE UNA PASSEGGIATA
PASSEGGIA - FAI UNA PASSEGGIATA (TU)
PASSEGGIATA - FATE UNA PASSEGGIATA (VOI)
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LEGGI UN LIBRO SUL DIVANO
Read a book on the couch
LEGGERE is one of the abilities that we need to practice when we learn a new language, but it's also a healthy habit for our own cultural, spiritual or personal growth, whichever language we read! So when it's fall ouside, the most snuggling way to ensure me a long session of reading is on my couch, maybe with some hot tea, coffee or chocolate and a warm blanket.
SOTTO GLI ALBERI ---> UNDER THE TREES
SUL DIVANO --> ON THE COUCH
UNDER: SOTTO and ARTICLE --> SOTTO IL /SOTTO LO / SOTTO LA / SOTTO I / SOTTO GLI/ SOTTO LE
ON: SU + ARTICLE --> SUL / SULLO / SULLA / SUI / SUGLI / SULLE