Travel Phrases – Italian: Simple, Essential Italian for Beginners.

 

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MeetItalia Travel Phrases focuses on what you NEED to know – the essential phrases, how they’re used, and how they sound – in easily digestible, bite-sized lessons.

From introducing yourself to making reservations at a nice restaurant (and finding the bathrooms once you’re there), we’ve got you covered.

* Listen to native Italians (with an optional English translation) in everyday situations that you’ll encounter in your travels.
* Listen to clear explanations of when and how to use what you’ve learned.
* Get intensive pronunciation practice so you can sound just like a native!
* Test yourself with quick quizzes.
* Earn stars which help you easily keep track of your progress!
* Learn offline – you’ll always have the phrases you need at your fingertips.

Some of our most popular lessons:
Come ti chiami? What is your name?
Non capisco. I don’t understand.
Dov’è il bagno? Where is the bathroom?
Vorrei un tavolo per questa sera. I’d like to reserve a table for this evening.
Sono allergico ai gamberetti. I’m allergic to shrimp.
Il conto per favore. The check please.
Vorrei un caffè e un cornetto. I’d like an espresso and a croissant.

Comes with six free lessons.
Lessons #1 through #39 are currently available, with many more lessons to come!

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Travel Phrases 43 – Quanto viene questa borsa? How much is this bag?

MeetItalia – Travel Phrases lesson forty-three!

You are out shopping in Italy and see a bag and some shoes you would like to buy, so you ask the shopkeeper how much they cost.

In this lesson you will learn how to ask an Italian shopkeeper how much a specific item or multiple items cost and learn the most common answers.


 

By |February 17th, 2012|Travel Phrases|2 Comments

Travel Phrases 42 – Quanto costa quello? How much is that?

MeetItalia – Travel Phrases lesson forty-two!

You are out shopping in Italy and see an item far from you that you would like to buy, so you ask the shopkeeper how much it costs.

In this lesson you will learn how to ask an Italian shopkeeper how much one item or multiple items far from you cost and learn the most common answers.

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Travel Phrases 41 – Quanto costa questo? How much is this?

MeetItalia – Travel Phrases lesson forty-one!

You are out shopping in Italy and see an item near you that you would like to buy, so you ask the shopkeeper how much it costs.

In this lesson you will learn how to ask an Italian shopkeeper how much one item or multiple items close to you cost and learn the most common answers.

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Travel Phrases 40 – Posso dare un’occhiata? Can I have a look around?

MeetItalia – Travel Phrases lesson forty!

You are out shopping in Italy and decide to enter a shop. The shopkeeper greets you and offers his assistance, but first you’d like to have a look around.

In this lesson you will learn the most common greetings a Italian shopkeeper will use and how to ask to have a look around.

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Travel Phrases 39 – Per me un altro bicchiere di vino bianco. Another glass of white wine for me.

MeetItalia – Travel Phrases lesson thirty-nine!

You are enjoying yourself at the Italian café and want to order some more. You wave at the waiter to grab his attention and when he is near you order more.

In this lesson you will learn how to call the waiter over and order some more. You will also learn common Italian expressions used when ordering, like “for me”, “for him”, “for her”, “one more” and other.

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Travel Phrases 38 – Si può mangiare qui? Is there food available here?

MeetItalia – Travel Phrases lesson thirty-eight!

You are seated at a table in am Italian café and want to have something to eat. If you are unsure food is served here, you can ask the waiter.

In this lesson you will learn to ask the waiter if food is served. You will also learn the most common food you can order at an Italian café.

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Travel Phrases 37 – Cosa volete da bere? What would you like to drink?

MeetItalia – Travel Phrases lesson thirty-seven!

You are seated at an Italian café. The waiter asks you what you would like to drink.

In this lesson you will learn to order while seated at a café. You will also learn how to say Cheers! in Italian. Finally improve your vocabulary with some of the most common drinks you can order at an Italian café.

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Travel Phrases 36 – Vorrei un caffè e un cornetto. I’d like an espresso and a croissant.

MeetItalia – Travel Phrases lesson thirty-six!

You are at an Italian bar, where you often have to pay before ordering your drink or snack. You go to the cashier and say what you would like to order.

In this lesson you will learn to order at the bar cashier and pay before receiving your order. You will also learn how to grab the barista’s attention and having him prepare your order.

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Travel Phrases 35 – Il conto per favore. The check please.

MeetItalia – Travel Phrases lesson thirty-five!

You are at an Italian restaurant, and have finished eating. The waiter comes over and asks you if you want something else. You are full, so you ask for the check.

In this lesson you will learn to ask for the check and ask if credit cards are accepted. You will also learn what the waiter might say if only cash is accepted.

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By |November 25th, 2011|Travel Phrases|4 Comments