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10 Lines You Need for Introducing Yourself

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I'm a teacher.
Sono insegnante.
I'm a teacher.
My name is Giulia.
Il mio nome è Giulia.
My name is Giulia.
I'm from Italy.
Vengo dall'Italia.
I'm from Italy.
I live in Rome.
Vivo a Roma.
I live in Rome.
I’ve been learning Italian for a year.
Ho studiato l'italiano per un anno.
I’ve been learning Italian for a year.
I'm learning Italian at ItalianPod101.com.
Sto imparando l'italiano su ItalianPod101.com.
I'm learning Italian at ItalianPod101.com.
Hello, it's nice to meet you.
Ciao, è un piacere conoscerti.
Hello, it's nice to meet you.
I'm 27 years old.
Ho 27 anni.
I'm 27 years old.
I enjoy listening to music.
Mi piace ascoltare la musica.
I enjoy listening to music.
One of my hobbies is reading.
Uno dei miei hobby è la lettura.
One of my hobbies is reading.
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ItalianPod101.com
Friday at 3:33 pm
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Can you introduce yourself in Italian?


P.S. Check out this FREE Italian lesson: Learn Italian in Three Minutes - Self-Introductions

https://www.italianpod101.com/2011/01/03/italiano-in-tre-minuti-s1-1-self-introductions/

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ItalianPod101.com
Friday at 2:26 am
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Ciao Sang Gil Park,


Thanks for posting, perfect introduction!

Let us know if you have any questions.


A presto!

Valentina

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Sang Gil Park
Monday at 3:15 am
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Ciao! Piacere di conoscerLa.

Mi chiamo Sang Gil Park o Billy e ho trenta anni.

Sono uno chef quindi lavoro nella cucina.

Vivo a seoul con la mia amica.

I am planning to go to italiy for working or studying in next year.

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ItalianPod101.com
Friday at 1:51 pm
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Ciao Mark,


Piacere!

Before country names you should use "in": "vivo in Giappone".

Keep up the good work!


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Mark
Thursday at 10:11 pm
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Ciao! Piacere di conoscerti! Mi chiamo Mark e vengo dall Canada. Vivo a il Giappone. Sono universitario insegnante. Uno dei miei hobby è la suonare il violoncello. Ho 52 anni. Ho studiato l'italiano per una settimana.

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ItalianPod101.com
Thursday at 1:02 am
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Ciao Sheila,

le tue frasi sono perfette, ottimo lavoro.


Thanks for studying with us!

Cheers,

Valentina

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Sheila
Sunday at 8:05 am
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Ciao, sono Sheila, ho studiato l'italiano per due anni. Mi piace vedere i film e anche viaggiare

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ItalianPod101.com
Thursday at 11:36 pm
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Ciao Elena,


thank you for your comment. Great job, here are just a couple of corrections:

sposato -> sposo/marito

was-> era

le sue parenti -> i suoi parenti (masculine)


Thanks for studying with us!


Valentina

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Elena
Thursday at 4:12 am
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Il mio sposato was Italiano. Vado a Brescia in maggio per visitare le sue parenti. Ho studiato Italiana in passato ma non ricordo molto. Mi piace molto tutti così Italiani e spero imparare molto. Sono brava in grammatica me chi sono molti difficili in Italiano. Buon lavoro, Elena! Ho settanta anni. Vivo in San Francisco. Sono americana.

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ItalianPod101.com
Thursday at 3:00 am
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Ciao Angela,


your explanation is 100% correct. Use the present for actions still happening when in English there's the present perfect continuous+for.


Let us know if you have any questions!


Cheers

Valentina

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Angela
Monday at 9:45 pm
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Ho studiato l'italiano per un anno = I studied Italian for 1 year (and use of present perfect tense implies it is a completed action, hence no longer happening). To say "I have been studying Italian for 1 year" implies the action is still happening and therefore requires the present tense, so correct Italian sentence foe this is "Studio l'italiano da un anno."