A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
shortened forms of words or phrases.
In Italian, accent marks (diacritical marks) are added or attached to a letter to distinguish it from another of similar form, to give it a particular phonetic value, or to indicate stress.
added or grammatically related to a noun to qualify/describe it.
invariable parts of speech used to modify or clarify the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb.
For questions about grammatical agreement, that is, the correspondence in number, case, gender, person, or some other formal category between syntactically connected words such as a verb and its subje…
Also called "troncamento" in Italian, it means to shorten a word by cutting off the last vowel or the last syllable.
for questions about the usage of articles.
An auxiliary verb modifies the main verb to give more information about the main verb.
for questions about words and phrases, borrowed from other languages
for questions about the use of capital letters in writing.
Questions about grammaticality of comparisons
Words created by combining two or more other words together
Questions regarding the conditional verb mood
words used to connect clauses or sentences or to coordinate words in the same clause, such as *e, ma, però*.
For questions about the difference in meaning or usage between certain words or expressions.
Questions about comparing differences in usage and meaning of a word or phrase between Italian and English
Questions about etymology, i.e. the origin and history of a word. Use this tag for questions regarding the origin of single words. If your question is about the origin and history of a phrase, an idio…