Italian 101 - Chapter 3

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A che ora...?

At what time...?

a più tardi

see you later

a presto

see you soon

benissimo

terrific, great

bisogna di (+ inf)

one needs to (do something)

Che giorno è oggi?

What day is today?

Che ora è? Che ore sono?

What time is it?

È l'una

It's one o'clock.

È l'una e un quarto.

It's 1:15.

È mezzogiorno/mezzanotte.

It's noon/midnight

Sono le due meno un quarto.

It's 2:30

Cosa fai/fa di bello?

What interesting (fun) things do you (inform/form) have planned?

di mattina

in the morning

del pomeriggio

in the afternoon

di sera

in the evening

È presto/tardi

it's early/late

Mi fa male la gamba.

My leg hurts.

Mi fanno male i piedi.

My feet hurt.

Nel tempo libro cosa ti/Le piace fare?

What do you (inform/form) like do do in your free time?

mi piace (+ inf)

I like to (do something)

non...mai

never

ogni tanto

sometimes

Pronto!

Hello! (on the telephone)

quando

when

scusa/scusi

excuse me (inform/form)

sempre

always

senti/senta

listen (inform/form)

spesso

often

ti/le/gli piace (+inf)

you (inform)/she/he likes to (do something)

Ti va di (+ inf)?

Do you (inform) feel like (doing something)?

troppo presto

too early

troppo tardi

too late

tutti i giorni/ogni giorno

everyday

va bene

okay

andare

to go

andare + a + (inf)

to go (to do something)

andare al cinema

to go to the movies

andare a letto

to go to bed

aprire

to open

arrivare

to arrive

ascoltare

to listen to

ballare

to dance

bere

to drink

capire

to understand

cenare

to eat dinner

cercare

to look for

chiudere

to close

dimenticare

to forget

dormire

to sleep

fare

to do, to make

fare colazione

to eat breakfast

fare le ore piccole

to stay up late

fare sport

to play sports

fare una domanda

to ask a question

fare una foto

to take a photo

fare una passeggiata

to take a walk

fare uno spuntino

to have a snack

fare yoga

to do yoga

finire

to finish

frequentare

to attend

giocare

to play (a game)

giocare a calcio

to play soccer

giocare a carte

to play cards

giocare a golf

to play golf

giocare a tennis

to play tennis

guardare

to look at, watch

iniziare

to begin

lavare

to wash

lavorare

to work

leggere

to read

mangiare

to eat

pagare

to pray

parlare

to talk, to speak

pranzare

to eat lunch

practicare

to practice

preferire

to prefer

pregare

to pray

prendere

to take

prendere l'autobus

to take the bus

prendere un caffè

to have a coffee

pulire

to clean

rientrare

to come home

scrivere

to write

servire

to serve

spiegare

to explain

studiare

to study

suonare

to play (an instrument)

tornare

to return

uscire

to leave a place, to exit, to go out (with others)

non vedere l'ora (di + inf)

to not be able to wait (to do something), to be excited about (doing something)

venire

to come

l'autobus

bus

la biblioteca

library

la chitarra

guitar

il cinema

movie theater; movies

la discoteca

discotheque, dance club

l'e-mail

email

la mensa

cafeteria

il pianoforte

piano

il piatto

plate,dish

la rivista

magazine

lo shopping

shopping

i soldi

money

lo sport

sport

il telefonino

cellphone

il telefono

telephone

le vacanze

vacation

il violino

violin

i giorni della settimana

days of the week

lunedi

Monday

martedi

Tuesday

mercoledi

Wednesday

giovedi

Thursday

venerdi

Friday

sabato

Saturday

domenica

Sunday

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