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Elizabeth Soto asked 07 Dec 11

Little by little, I will learn Italian.

Poco a poco, (non conosco come si dice, "I will") imparare L'italiano.

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Salvatore Saja answered 07 Dec 11

"A poco a poco, imparerò l'italiano."

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Elizabeth Soto answered 07 Dec 11

"imparerò" future tense correct. Also, can I put "i will" in that sentence or is it implies if so for my own edification how do you say, "i will"... grazie :)

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Salvatore Saja answered 07 Dec 11

"I Will" is implied. In Italian, you don't need auxiliary verbs to form simple tenses.
The only case in which you can translate "I will" is when you use short answers.
The translation of "Will" depends on the omitted verb in the short answer.

i.e.

"Will you go home?"
"Yes, I will."

"Andrai a casa?"
"Sì, (lo farò)."

But we usually don't say the part between parentheses.

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Elizabeth Soto answered 07 Dec 11

ok got it... molt bene :)

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Salvatore Saja answered 07 Dec 11

^_^

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