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Italian 101 Questions and expressions

by: Katie Thedford

Italian 101 Questions and expressions 21127

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These notes cover general first week information and vocab given in an elementary Italian class.
Fiorella Mazanti
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italian, expressions, questions, Vocabulary




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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katie Thedford on Friday September 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 21127 at Fort Lewis College taught by Fiorella Mazanti in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Italian in Ital 101-1 at Fort Lewis College.


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Date Created: 09/02/16
Italian – Questions and Presentations  Informal context- With people your same age or younger who you already know  Formal context- With older or more experienced people or to address someone you are meeting for the first time. Questions: A) “Come Stai”- Informal –Familiar ‘How are you?’ B)“Come Sta”-Formal- Polite ‘How are you sir?’ C) “come va”- This is the most common way to ask ‘How you doing?” D) “Come ti Chiami” - Informal- Familiar ‘What’s your name?’ E) “ Come si Chiami”- Formal-Polite ‘What’s your name sir’ F) “Come vi chiamate”- Informal-Formal (officially informal but can be used in a formal context) ‘What’s your names?’ G) “Come si chiamano”- Very Formal ‘What’s your names? Expressions: a) Scusa/ Scusami - Informal-Familiar Used to get someone’s attention or to apologize b)Scusi/ Mi Scusi- Formal-Polite Used to get someone’s attention or to apologize c)Per Favore- used with everyone ‘please’ d)Grazie- ‘thank you’ (molto grazie alternative) e)Prego- ‘you’re welcome’ f) Si figure- ‘its nothing’ g)Puo ripetere- ‘can you repeat’ H) Non parlo bene l’italiano- ‘I don’t speak Italian very well’ I) Non Caprisco- ‘I don’t understand’ J) come si dice- ‘How do you say this’ 2 First Week Review- Two Auxiliary verbs to remember:  Avere- To Have Conjugation: Ho abbiamo Hai avete Ha hanno  Essere- To be Conjugation: Sono siamo Sei siete E sono Present tense normal conjugation: -o -iamo -I -ate -a -ano 3 Indefinite articles:  Un- Used before masculine nouns or adjectives beginning with vowels and consonants other than z,gn, and s  Uno- Used before masculine nouns or adjectives beginning with z,gn, and s.  Una- Used before all feminine nouns or adjectives beginning with consonants  Un- Used before all feminine nouns and adjectives beginning with vowels 4


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