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Monday at 10:22 AM
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Well what else can we say except

Arrivederci, alla prossima.

Good bye, see you next time.

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Friday at 04:24 PM
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Ciao Lassi,


Grazie mille!


Ofelia

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Lassi
Wednesday at 02:35 PM
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Buon giorno!


Mi chiamo Lassi, a presto. (My name is Lassi, nice to meet you)


A piรน tardi. (See you little bit later)


Grazie per questa lezione. (Thank you for this lesson)

Mantenere il buon lavoro. :thumbsup: (Keep up the good work)

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Wednesday at 10:25 AM
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Buonasera AHIAKWO JOSHUA,


Tuo="your" in an informal situation, referring to a singular person

Vostro="your" in both informal and formal situation, referring to two or more people

Suo="your" in a formal situation, referring to a singular ( *the first meaning is"his, her")

I think you will find all the information you are looking for in this lesson.


Grazie,

A presto,

Ofelia

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AHIAKWO JOSHUA
Friday at 11:28 PM
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bouna sera, sono joshua.


there are different words for YOUR in italiano, when and how is this different form of YOUR be use.

they are TUO, VOSTRO.SUO.

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Thursday at 05:08 PM
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Ciao Anthony,


Grazie per il commento.

Please be careful, you should write "Come si dice?".

There is something very similar to "Talk to you later", it is "Ci sentiamo!", that literally can be translated as "I'll hear from you later!".


Grazie e a presto!

Ofelia

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Anthony
Wednesday at 08:56 AM
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Ciao!

I hope I am saying this right...

Come sei deici "talk to you later" in Italiano?

There are many ways to say "Good-bye" in this lesson.... But sometimes instead on "see you later" or "see you soon" you may want to say "talk to you later" or "talk to you soon." How would I say these things?


Ti ringrazio!!! :)

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Friday at 12:20 PM
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Ciao Karima,


yes, when leaving is better say " buona serata".


thank you!


Chiara C.

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Karima
Wednesday at 04:35 PM
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hi,


you mentioned that we can say "buona sera" when we're leaving, but isn't it better to say "bunoa serata"???


cioa.

Catherine
Tuesday at 02:03 AM
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Buona serata :)

Jacqueline
Wednesday at 01:44 AM
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Arrivederci!