Italian Italian Greetings

Learn the basic Italian greetings like how are you in Italian with free audio flash cards from a native speaker and the Lingo Dingo review game!

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English Italian
Good morning. Buongiorno.
Good afternoon. Buon pomeriggio.
Good evening. (greeting) Buonasera.
Hello, my name is John. Ciao, mi chiamo John.
What is your name? Come ti chiami?
How are things? Come vanno le cose?
Fine, thanks. Bene, grazie.
How are you? Come stai?
I am fine. Sto bene.
Nice to meet you. Piacere di conoscerti.
Goodbye. Ciao/Arrivederci.
See you later A presto.

Greetings in Italian

Learning to say how are you in Italian and goodbye in Italian are a few of the greetings you need to learn. Take a few minutes and repeat each of the greetings and imagine yourself actually conversing with an Italian and using these phrases. This list of Italian phrases will get you closer to speaking in complete sentences. There is also a list of Italian words which will help you as well. The Italian verbs will help you describe what you like to do. There are many free and paid resources for you to learn Italian.

Hello in Italian

The thought of your first Italian conversation might cause feelings of fear, doubt, and nervousness. Calm your nerves and start by learning how to say hello in Italian. It can be a lot like approaching someone for the first time. You will be nervous, but as soon as you stop worrying about yourself so much you'll probably be fine. Before you know it you'll be asking how are you in Italian and finishing off the conversation by confidently saying goodbye in Italian.

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