Italian 101 Questions and expressions
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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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