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Vocabulary Lists Top 15 Questions You Should Know for Conversations

Top 15 Questions You Should Know for Conversations

Le migliori 15 domande che dovresti sapere per conversare
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Where is the bathroom?
Dov'è il bagno?
Where is the bathroom?
Where are you from?
Di dove sei?
Where are you from?
Mi sembri britannico. Di dove sei?
You sound British. Where are you from?
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How old are you?
Quanti anni hai?
How old are you?
Devi avere 21 anni per entrare qui. Quanti anni hai?
You must be 21 to enter here. How old are you?
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What's your phone number?
Qual è il tuo numero di telefono?
What's your phone number?
Vorrei chiamarti. Qual è il tuo numero di telefono?
I would like to call you. What's your phone number?
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What's your name?
Come ti chiami?
What's your name?
Mi chiamo Peter. Come ti chiami?
My name is Peter. What's your name?
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How are you?
Come stai?
How are you?
What's this?
Che cos'è questo?
What's this?
What did you say?
Cos'hai detto?
What did you say?
Where do you work?
Dove lavori?
Where do you work?
Where do you live?
Dove abiti?
Where do you live?
When is your birthday?
Quand'è il tuo compleanno?
When is your birthday?
Where did you learn Italian?
Dove hai imparato l’Italiano?
Where did you learn Italian?
How long have you been studying Italian?
Da quanto studi Italiano?
How long have you been studying Italian?
Have you been to Italy?
Sei mai stato in Italia?
Have you been to Italy?
Do you like Italian food?
Ti piace la cucina italiana?
Do you like Italian food?
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Saturday at 1:15 pm
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Hey listeners! Did we miss any other common questions? Leave a comment and tell us what other questions you use a lot!

Monday at 11:07 am
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Hi Gerry Pratt,

Yes, you can also say “Cos’ha detto?” when talking in formal Italian.

A presto!
Ofelia
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Gerry Pratt
Friday at 3:18 am
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“Cos’ hai detto” is familiar Can one also say Cos’ha detto?

Friday at 1:25 pm
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Ciao Margot Estrin,

“Da quando” is also correct, but it means “From when” and not “How long”.
Keep up the good work and if you have other questions, please let us know!😎

Thank you,
Ofelia
Team ItalianPod101.com

Margot Estrin
Monday at 7:16 am
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It should be Da quanDO study italiano? NOT Da quanTo.
Sorry….. I meant Da quanDo studi italiano..?

Margot Estrin
Monday at 7:14 am
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It should be Da quanDO study italiano? NOT Da quanTo.

Tuesday at 5:22 pm
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Hi loanda!

Thank you for your nice feedback! 😇

Good luck!
Engla
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loanda
Saturday at 1:25 am
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Very helpful!