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Wednesday at 06:30 PM
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Let's have a mock conversation in the comments! The X will be your name, so jump in and answer the phone! Here I start: Pronto. Sono Marco c'é X?

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Thursday at 03:53 PM
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Hi Erni,


that is correct!

Keep up the good work ?


Ofelia

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Erni
Thursday at 05:26 AM
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Si, aspetta un attimo per favore

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Thursday at 04:30 PM
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Hi Michelle,


Thank you for posting!

So, what can we reply to Marco?

If you want to speak with him you can say: Sรฌ, sono io! ("Yes that's me!):thumbsup:

If you don't want, than you can say: Ha sbagliato numero! ("This is the wrong number!") :laughing:


A presto!

Ofelia

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Michelle Thomsen
Tuesday at 01:40 AM
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Pronto. Sono Marco. ฤ†รฉ Michelle.

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Monday at 03:34 PM
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Hi Mimii,


"Sbrigarsi" is a reflexive verb. It literally means "to quicken oneself," so "to hurry up."

"Sbrigarsi" is a colloquial verb, really common in colloquial Italian, mostly used informally to invite someone to hurry up, by saying "Sbrigati!" (Hurry up!).


I hope this helps!

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Ofelia

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Mimii
Monday at 09:51 PM
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I don't understand the sbrigarsi can you explain it please.

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Wednesday at 08:44 AM
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Hi Linn Mulder,


Thank you for posting!

That was a typing mistake. Thank you for reporting it! It has been fixed.


Grazie mille!

Ofelia

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Linn Mulder
Friday at 06:37 PM
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Hey, I have a question

In the lesson notes "Who is she?" is translated into "Chi e' lui?"

But "Who is Marta?" is translated into "Chi รจ Marta?"

Is it a typing mistake that on one e is an accent grave (รจ) and on the other the accent comes after the letter (e') or does this have a particular reason?

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Friday at 09:56 AM
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Hi Edith Kallos,


Thank you for posting.

You can find the Lesson Notes above the title in the section [Download PDFs] > [Lesson Notes].


A presto!

Ofelia

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Edith Kallos
Monday at 12:21 AM
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Hello!

All I want to ask is this : where shall I get the grammar rules , in order to understand the lessons? ( sbrigarsi ,sbrigarti etc.) Thank you .