Italian Verbs: Verb AVERE and Useful Expressions in Italian
In today's article, I will list some extremely useful expressions with the verb avere. Don't forget to watch my YouTube video on this topic for the full explanation!
You probably already know that the verb avere means to have in English. However, there are many idiomatic expressions that use avere, and they are extremely common, so you want to make sure you know them and start using them in your daily Italian conversations.
I will list them below with their English translation, however, if you want the full explanation and useful example sentences, don't forget to watch my YouTube video related to this topic!
Avere fame → to be hungry
Avere sete → to be thristy
Avere fretta → to be in a hurry
Avere voglia di → to want, to feel like
Avere sonno → to be sleepy
Avere paura di → to be scared of
Avere bisogno di → to need
Avere caldo → to be hot
Avere freddo → to be cold
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