I want to introduce you to some English words you can actually use with an Italian. Here’s a brief (and perfectly believable, let me add) scenario in which English words are used within a dialogue between two Italian people.
Crei que su casa estaba aqui (Credevo che la tua casa fosse qui) Nos conocemos desde hace mucho tiempo (Ci conosciamo da molto tempo) Ellos pueden venir con nosotros (Loro possono venire con noi) Mañana hara mal tiempo (Domani faràbrutto tempo) Que hay para almuerzo? (Cosa c’è per pranzo?) Neu Tag, neu Leben(Nuovo giorno,
Ciao a tutti! You might have already heard the word Arrivederci, in Italian. It’s a common semi formal way of taking leave from someone. The most informal way to bid good bye would be something like “Ciao, ciao” in Italian. Although Arrivederci is commonly translated as goodbye, this Italian word is rich enough to deserve
In this Last Minute Italian series, we provide you with the very essential phrases to start learning and communicating in Italian. In this first video lesson , you will learn the most common greetings in Italian in less than five minutes. Let’s start! Ciao a tutti e benvenuti alla prima lezione di “Italiano all’ultimo minuto”! In