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TOIT - Chap 6

Take Off in Italian, Chapter 6

QuestionAnswer
Scusa, che ore sono? Excuse me (inf), what time is it?
Sono le due e un quarto It's a quarter past two
Lo sai che ogni giovedì vado in palestra You (inf) know that every Thursday I go to the gym
il lunedì alle due e mezzo vai in palestra Mondays at half two you (inf) go to the gym
il mercoledì alle sei giochi a tennis Wednesdays at 6 you (inf) play tennis
la domenica pomeriggio guardi la partita di calcio Sunday afternoons you (inf) watch the football match
Come sei noioso! How boring you (inf) are!
Fai sempre le stesse cose! You (inf) always do the same things!
in posti diversi in different places
Ad agosto vai sempre a Gabicce In August you (inf) always go to Gabicce
Sono le nove meno un quarto It's a quarter to nine
È l'una e venti It's twenty past one
è mezzogiorno it's midday
Spesso mi addormento davanti al televisore Often I fall asleep in front of the TV set
Che ora vi alzate la mattina? What time do (pl) you get up in the mornings?
Qualche volta ci alziamo insieme Sometimes we get up together
Di solito mi sveglio prima Usually I (f) wake up first
Ti svegli prima tu o Nino? Do you (inf) or Nino wake up first?
Si lava He/she washes
si veste he/she dresses
fa colazione he/she has breakfast
Dalle sette e mezza alle otto legge sempre il giornale Between half seven and eight he always reads the paper
mi diverto I enjoy myself
ti diverti you (inf) enjoy yourself
si diverte he/she/you enjoys him/her/yourself
ci divertiamo we enjoy ourselves
vi divertite You (pl) enjoy yourselves
si divertono they enjoy themselves
Ernesto si sente male Ernesto doesn't feel well
mi rado I shave (myself)
Di solito esco verso le sette I usually go out about seven
Non guardo mai la televisione I never watch TV
Vado a Pisa da giugno ad agosto I go to Pisa from June until August
A che ora è il concerto? What time is the concert?
La piscina chiude alle nove di sera The swimming pool closes at 9 at night
Il pranzo è all'una e mezzo Lunch is a half past one
Il prossimo telegiornale è alle venti e trenta The next news is at 20:30
La mattina Letizia fa la doccia In the morning Letizia has a shower
Arrivo alle due del pomeriggio I arrive at 2 in the afternoon
Il film finisce alle due The film finishes at 2
Non giochiamo a tennis il martedì ma il venerdì We don't play tennis on Tuesday but Friday
Il sabato sera Marco e Antonia escono On Saturday nights Marco and Antonia go out
Mercoledì parto per Londra On Monday I leave for London
Il martedì comincio alle otto (On) Tuesday I start at 8
Dove corre Marcello? Where is Marcello running to?
È in ritardo come sempre He is late as always
Si alza sempre molto tardi He always gets up late
Forse andate a letto tardi? Maybe you (pl) go to bed late?
(Lui) non va mai a letto prima di mezzanotte He never goes to bed before midnight
D'estate al mare In summer by the sea
D'inverno in montagna In winter in the mountains
Sono libero dal venerdì al sabato I'm free from Friday to Saturday
non è vero it's not true
certo gli italian preferiscono il calcio Of course/surely Italians prefer football
Si mangia bene in Italia One eats well in Italy
Si producono molte arance in Sicilia A lot of oranges are produced in Sicily
In America il quattro luglio si celebra l'Independence Day In America Independence Day is celebrated on the 4th of July
In Italia il primo maggio è festa nazionale In Italy the first of May is a public (national) holiday
spesso quando mi sveglio ho grossi dubbi often when I wake up I have grave doubts
È normale It's normal
Created by: cfrancolini