Italian Grammar Made Easy

Cinque usi principali di allora

Five main uses of allora

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In this episode:

[01:38] As a filler word, meaning well

[02:09] As a lone word, meaning c’mon

[02:21] To start a phrase, meaning so

[02:59] To talk in the past, meaning back then and from that moment

[04:00] To introduce consecutive phrases, meaning then

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