ITA 101: "Oggi in Italia", Lesson One-B

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Pronouns (io, tu, lui, etc.) numbers to 100; the verbs essere (to be) and avere (to have) in the Present Tense.

tu

you (friendly)

Lei

You (formal)

voi

you (plural)

sei

you are (familiar)

è

he, she or it is

siamo

we are

siete

you people are (informal)

sono (plural)

they are

noi siamo

we are (with the pronoun for emphasis)

voi siete

you people are (with the pronoun for emphasis)

loro sono

they are (with the pronoun for emphasis)

mia sorella

my sister

mio fratello

my brother

mia madre

my mother

mio padre

my father

hai

you have

ha

he or she or it has or you (formal) have

abbiamo

we have

avete

you people have

hanno

they have

io ho

I have (with the pronoun for emphasis)

loro hanno

they have (with the pronoun for emphasis)

tu hai

you have (with the pronoun for emphasis)

avete lezone oggi?

do you have class today?

chi ha uno zaino?

who has a backpack?

Marco ha una matita.

Mark has a pencil.

mi piace ballare

I like to dance

mi piace anche viaggiare

I also like to travel

Ho sedici anni.

I am 16.

Hanno ventidue anni.

They are 22.

quaranta

40

cinquanta

50

sessanta

60

settanta

sseventy

ottanta

eighty

novanta

90

trentotto

38

sessantaquattro

64

sessantotto

68

cinquantacinque

55

quarantuno

41

quarantotto

48

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