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I SALUTI     SALUTARE

greetings    to greet, to salute, to say hi/bye/goodbye etc

 


Buongiorno

Good day (good morning, good afternoon)

Formal greetings used during day time when two persons meet.
Buonasera

Good evening

Formal greeting used in the late afternoon and evening hours. Both when meeting and leaving.
Buonanotte

Good night

Formal and informal, used when leaving only at the end of the evening.
Ciao

Hi! Bye bye

Informal, used at all times among relatives and friends or with children, both when meeting and leaving.
Arrivederci

Goodbye

Formal and informal, used upon leaving.
Addio!!!!  Farewell!!!     Formal and informal. Literary, melodramatic, used when leaving.
 

 

 

5 PAROLE

  Buon - buono  good  Masch
  buona  good   Fem
  giorno  day
  sera  evening
  notte  night

 

Esercizio 1

 

Esercizio 2


 


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saluti al telefono
 


il telefono cellulare, il cellulare, il telefonino

TELEFONARE
 

Pronto?

 
  Pronto!

Ciao. Sono Francesco. Mi senti?

 
  S, ti sento. Dove sei?

Sono a scuola. E tu?

 
  Sono a casa.

Pronto = hello     Sono Francesco = (lit: I am Francesco) this is Francesco. Mi senti = can you hear me?    Ti sento = I can hear you   Dove sei =  where are you?
 

 

 

 

SALUT - ARE = to greet

Verbs ending with - ARE belong to the  FIRST CONJUGATION

 

TELEFON - ARE  = to telephone

TELEFONARE also belong to the  first conjugation.

 

5 PAROLE

  pronto Literally: ready
  telefono telephone
  cellulare cell phone
  telefonino Lit: small phone
  sentire to hear

 


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