Come ti chiami? what is your name? Come si chiama? What’s your name?
- 1 What are some common Italian phrases?
- 2 How do you say what is your surname in Italian?
- 3 What does Deanna mean in Italian?
- 4 How does a female say my name is in Italian?
- 5 How do you introduce yourself in Italy?
- 6 What are some Italian slang words?
- 7 What are some cool Italian words?
- 8 What are the basic Italian words?
- 9 What’s your surname?
- 10 How do we write her surname in Italian?
What are some common Italian phrases?
Basic Italian phrases
- Yes – Si – See.
- No – No – Noh.
- Please – Per favore – Pehr fah-voh-reh.
- Thank you – Grazie – Grah-tsee-eh.
- You’re welcome – Prego – Preh-goh.
- Cheers! ( To your health) – Salute! – Sah-loo-tay.
- Excuse me (for attention) – Scusi – Skooh–zee.
- Excuse me (to pass by) – Permesso – Pehr-mehs-soh.
How do you say what is your surname in Italian?
qual è il tuo cognome?
What does Deanna mean in Italian?
In Latin Baby Names the meaning of the name Deanna is: Fertile. God, devine. Famous bearer: Diana was the Roman goddess of fertility and childbirth, of hunting, and the moon.
How does a female say my name is in Italian?
Introducing yourself Introduce yourself. The two most common ways to introduce are to say Mi chiamo Name (My name is Name) or Sono Name (I’m Name).
How do you introduce yourself in Italy?
Depending on the context, Italians introduce themselves by saying simply their first name or saying their first name and last name. For example, if you’re at a party, or among a group of young people, it’s okay to just say your first name.
What are some Italian slang words?
10 Essential Italian Slang Words & Expressions
- Che figo! | How awesome!
- Che schifo! | That’s gross!
- In bocca al lupo | Good luck, Break a leg. Click play to hear it pronounced:
- Fregatura | Rip off. Click play to hear it pronounced:
- I vecchi | Parents.
- Mannaggia | Damn!
- Devo filare | I gotta run/jet.
What are some cool Italian words?
19 of your favourite Italian words (and some of ours)
- ALLORA: well, then, so. Let’s start with the obvious.
- LUCCIOLA: firefly.
- DIMENTICO: forgetful or oblivious.
- SFOGARSI: to vent, unload.
- PASSEGGIATA: stroll.
- MASCALZONE: rascal, scoundrel.
- SGONFIATO: deflated.
- PARRUCCHIERE: hairdresser.
What are the basic Italian words?
Basic Italian Phrases
- Buongiorno (Good morning)
- Buona sera (Good evening)
- Buona notte (Good night)
- Ciao (Hi / Hello / Bye)
- Come stai? (How are you?)
- Sto bene. ( I am fine)
- Scusi / Scusa (Excuse me [formal / informal])
- Mi dispiace (I am sorry)
What’s your surname?
Your surname is your family name. It’s also called your “last name.” When filling out applications, type your surname as it appears on your passport, travel or identity document. Do not use initials.
How do we write her surname in Italian?
It’s either “il suo cognome” or ” il cognome di lei “, but not “il suo cognome di lei”.