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Common Greetings in Italian

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How to Greet Someone in Italian

In this video, Federica will share with you how to properly greet someone in Italian.

 

Federica is an Italian language teacher who was born and raised in Rome. She has more than 10 years of experience teaching Italian as a foreign language and has worked for a variety of private schools and international companies.

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Hi, guys. I want to talk about some of the most used greetings in Italia.

How to Greet in Italian

Hi, guys. I want to talk about some of the most used greetings in Italia.

 

When we use any form of speech, we say, (See video for pronunciation) which means, hi, hello, or goodbye.

 

Because we say, (See video for pronunciation) when we meet someone and when we leave.

But for a formal speech, we say, (See video for pronunciation) during the day, good morning or, (See video for pronunciation) in the evening , good evening.

 

And when we meet, we say, (See video for pronunciation) or, (See video for pronunciation) which is more formal (See video for pronunciation)is goodbye.

 

We can also say, (See video for pronunciation), which means see you soon.

 

In addition, we say, (See video for pronunciation), have a nice day, good afternoon, or goodnight.

 

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