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Let's look at some more examples of people giving their e-mail address.
Listen and repeat, or speak along with the native speakers.
Il mio indirizzo e-mail è karen@innolang.com (kappa a erre e enne chiocciola innolang punto com).
Il mio indirizzo e-mail è carla@innolang.com (ci a erre elle a chiocciola innolang punto com).
Il mio indirizzo e-mail è ben@innolang.com (bi e enne chiocciola i innolang punto com).
Il mio indirizzo e-mail è rosa@innolang.com (erre o esse a chiocciola innolang punto com).
fa@innolang.com (effe a chiocciola innolang punto com).
Did you notice how I omitted Il mio indirizzo e-mail è?
fa@innolang.com (effe a chiocciola innolang punto com).
fa@innolang.com
When directly responding to a request, it's often possible to omit part of the response.
Here by simply giving your e-mail address, there's no need to say Il mio indirizzo e-mail è, "My e-mail address is."
The pattern is
{E-MAIL ADDRESS}.
You should be aware of this shortcut, but for this lesson, we'll use the pattern
Il mio indirizzo e-mail è {E-MAIL ADDRESS}.
"My e-mail address is {E-MAIL ADDRESS}.
Il mio indirizzo e-mail è {E-MAIL ADDRESS}.

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