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Learn Italian with ItalianPod101.com! It is often said that people will judge your character within the first five minutes of meeting you. You would never speak to a potential employer as you would your best friend! Imagine a very well dressed Italian man steps into a room. He is very confident, stands tall, smiles, and reaches out his hand to greet you with a firm handshake. The Italian man introduces himself as the manager of the company for which you are interviewing. Do you know how to introduce yourself and greet someone unfamiliar in the Italian language? The way in which you greet someone may make all the difference in the world as to whether you get that job you are seeking, a date with that special someone, or even horrible service in a restaurant! Learning Italian greetings is an easy way to be polite, show respect, and begin all those wonderful Italian conversations you want to have while you are in Italy!
Learn Italian with ItalianPod101.com, a fun and effective way of learning! In this Italian Newbie lesson, you will learn how to introduce yourself in Italian, and you will learn both formal and informal Italian greetings. Then learn all about the Italian language and where you will most likely find people speaking Italian. Stop by ItalianPod101 to pick up more Italian learning materials and leave us a comment while you are there!
Your boss wants you to sit in on a meeting with the people from your office in Italy. This could mean a big promotion for you, and possibly even a transfer to live in Italy for a while. Your wife is already packing her bags and planning the shopping trips to Milan. Before this goes any further though, you need to learn how to say some basic Italian phrases quickly. Your wife suggests, “how much does this cost,” and “does this come in black,” in Italian. However, as important as those phrases might be in Italian, you remind her you have to get the promotion first! So, you opt for learning some more useful greetings in Italian such as, “my name is…,” and “pleased to meet you.” Maybe you can get her to learn how to introduce herself in Italian with you if you tell her she might run into Prada or Fendi!
Learning Italian with ItalianPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Italian! This Italian lesson will teach you how to introduce yourself in Italian…whether it’s to Italian friends in an informal manner or to Italian business associates and strangers in formal speech. You will also learn about Italian nicknames, and where they come from! Visit us at ItalianPod101 for more great Italian lessons and learning materials! Leave us a comment while you’re there!
Learn Italian travel phrases with ItalianPod101.com. A little Italian can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, ItalianPod101.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! Today we cover another high frequency phrase which will be sure to be of use on your trip, vacation, or travels to Italy. People are often amazed at Italian hospitality. Often you’ll come across people refusing money from you, extra food or drinks for free. And as this is the case with many Italians, you’ll have plenty of reason to know how to say: “Thank you!” Be sure to stop by ItalianPod101.com and leave us a post!
You are dining in a charming Italian cafe with a few people you have just met in Italy. Dinner is going smashingly! You have impressed everyone with how well you have learned the Italian language in such a short time. The Italian people you have met are warm, friendly, and they have shared so much of their Italian culture with you. The memories you will have from this vacation would not be possible if you were not able to communicate so well with them in Italian. Knowing how to say hello, goodbye, and introduce yourself in Italian is only half the battle! These lovely people have shared so much with you and you want to be able to wish them a wonderful evening in their beautiful Italian language.
Learning Italian with ItalianPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Italian! With this Italian Newbie lesson, you will learn the difference between telling someone to have a good evening in Italian and telling someone to sleep well when they are going to bed in Italian. This lesson will also cover at what time of day it is appropriate to use different evening greetings in Italian and with whom. Don’t forget to visit ItalianPod101 to get extra Italian learning materials!
You just met a fantastic guy in your favorite sidewalk café in Italy. You have noticed him here a couple of times with his Italian friends, but today he was reading alone at a table. There is nothing more appealing than an intelligent Italian man! So, you decide to take advantage of the situation and introduce yourself in Italian…thanks to Beginner lesson 1! You hit it off right away; you have a lot in common. At a romantic Italian restaurant on Friday night, things could not be going better…that is, until the bill arrives. He fumbles through his wallet, as if he were really going to find anything in it, then turns to you and asks in his sweetest Italian voice if you mind getting the check this time. It is then that he explains he is but a mere Italian college student overcome by your beauty, yet without a dime to pay for your meal! Good grief! Well, the next thing you have to learn is how to ask what someone does for a living in Italian…or go broke feeding the beautiful (and charming) starving students in Italy.
Learning Italian with ItalianPod101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Italian! In this Italian Beginner lesson, you will learn how to ask what someone does for a living in Italian using Italian verbs fare and studiare. Then, we will discuss Italian universities, their layout, and the living arrangements of their students living in Italy. Stop by ItalianPod101 for other great Italian learning resources!