The Italian words “meglio” and “migliore” both mean “better” in English. However, they are not interchangeable. While the first one is an adverb, the second one is an adjective, and they have specific uses.

Two Main Takeaways

  • We use “meglio” when making comparisons based on actions.
  • We use “migliore” when making comparisons based on qualities.

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Links Mentioned and Other Resources

  • CLICK HERE to listen to episode #54: Verbs in “-Arre”, “-Orre”, and “-Urre”.
  • CLICK HERE to listen to episode #21: How to Build Sentences in Italian.
  • CLICK HERE to get the Irregular Past Participles Learning Map, a guide summarizing the most common irregular past participles in Italian.

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