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Italian Conversation

Basic Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
14 quattordici
15 quindici
16 sedici
17 diciasette
18 diciotto
19 dicianove
28 ventotto
29 ventinove
What is your phone number? Hai un telefono?
The number for the house is . . . Il numero di casa è . . .
The cell phone number is . . . Il numero del cellulare è . . .
Where are you? Dove sei?
How are you? Come stai?
Can you repeat that please? Puoi ripetere per favore?
It's nothing. Di nulla.
You are Tu sei
You (plural) are Noi siete
There is C'è
There are Ci sono
Plural of telephone telefoni
Plural of school scuole
Plural of automobile automobili
Plural of dictionary dizonario
Plural of female friend (amica) amiche
Plural of hotel alberghi
You (plural) are from Naples. Voi siete a Napoli.
You (singular) are in Italy. Tu sei in Italia.
I am in class. Io sono in classe.
The door is red. La porta è rossa.
The door and the window are red. La porta e la finestra sono rosse.
This is Gary and Bob. Questi sono Gary è Bob.
Are you (plural) American? Siete americani?
I am american, he is australian. Io sono americano, lui è australiano.
They pay pagnono
I pay pago
You (plural) pay for pagate
I look for cerco
You look for cherchi
we look for cerchiamo
I eat mangio
You (singular) eat mangi
He eats mangia
I leave lascio
You (singular) leave lasci
He leaves lascia
We leave lasciamo
They leave lasciano
You (plural) leave lasciate
He studies studia
I study studio
You (plural) study studiate
to play giocare
to listen to ascoltare
to look at guardare
to learn imparare
to meet incontrare
to find trovare
to visit visitare
to travel viaggiare
I wait for Gianni. Aspetto Gianni.
What are you looking at? Che cosa guardi?
Are you listening to the radio? Ascoltate la radio?
We look for a pizzeria. Cerchiamo una pizzeria.
You (singular) study Italian. Tu studi italiano.
Livia works in a restaurant. Livia lavora in un ristorante.
Where do you (plural) live? Dove vivete?
I live in Naples; Lina lives in Pisa. Io vivo a Napoli; Lina vive a Pisa.
Are you (plural) taking notes? Prendente appunti?
No, we are reading a book. No, leggiamo un libro.
Who is answering the question? Chi risponde alla domanda?
The students are answering. Gli studenti rispondono.
Created by: Praschke