Easy Italian Sentences

Easy Italian Sentences have words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

Easy Italian is Italian similar to English.

There are of several types of Easy Italian Sentences:

1. EASIEST ITALIAN SENTENCES

2. EASY ITALIAN SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

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EASIEST ITALIAN SENTENCES

Easiest Italian Sentences feature words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy Italian Sentence.

From the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other Italian connecting words that are not similar to English. You can use the words similar to English as clues to the meanings of the other Italian words.

When you travel to Italy, you will probably see some Easiest Italian Sentences that you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the Italian words in these Easy Italian Sentences.

Examples of Easiest Italian Sentences

After the Italian and English versions of each sentence is the pronunciation of the Italian sentence.

Italian -- English -- [Say Italian]

Scusi! -- Excuse me! -- [SKOO-see]

È fenomenale. -- It is phenomenal. -- [eh feh-noh-meh-NAH-leh]

Ho un appuntamento. -- I have an appointment. -- [oh oon ahp-poon-tah-MEHN-toh]

Ho la nausea. -- I have nausea. -- [oh lah NOW-zeh-zah]

Ho i crampi. -- I have cramps. -- [oh ee KRAHM-pee]

Sono americano/a. -- I am American. -- [SOH-noh ah-meh-ree-KAH-noh/nah]

Sono single. -- I’m single. -- [SOH-noh ‘single’]

Soffro di artrite. -- I suffer from arthritis. -- [sohf-froh dee ahr-tree-teh]

Le presento il mio collega Nino. -- Let me present my colleague Nino. -- [leh preh-ZEHN-toh eel MEE-oh kohl-LEH-gah NEE-noh]

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Questions

Italian -- English -- [Say Italian]

È difficile? -- Is it difficult? -- [eh deef-FEE-chee-leh]

È l’autobus per Roma? -- Is this the bus to Rome? -- [eh LOW-toh-boos pehr ROH-mah]

Ha un appuntamento? -- Do you have an appointment? -- [ah oon ahp-poon-tah-MEHN-toh]

Avete una lista delle bevande? -- Have you got a list of beverages (drinks)? -- [ah-VEH-teh OO-nah LEE-stah DEHL-leh beh-VAHN-deh]

Avete un calendario degli eventi? -- Have you got a calendar of events ? -- [ah-VEH-teh oon kah-lehn-DAH-ryoh DEHL-yee eh-VEHN-tee]

Può riparare la TV? -- Can you repair the TV? -- [pwoh ree-pah-RAH-reh lah tee-VOO]

Può riparare l’aria condizionata? -- Can you repair the air conditioner? -- [pwoh ree-pah-RAH-reh lah-ryah kohn-dee-tsyoh-NAH-tah]

Dov’è la banca? -- Where is the bank? -- [doh-VEH lah BAHN-kah]

Dov’è la toilette? -- Where is the toilet? -- [doh-VEH lah TWAH-leht]

Dov’è l’aeroporto? -- Where is the airport? -- [doh-VEH lah-eh-roh-POHR-toh]

Dov’è il supermercato? -- Where is the supermarket? -- [doh-VEH eel ‘super’-mehr-KAH-toh]

Dov’è la cattedrale? -- Where is the cathedral? -- [doh-VEH lah kaht-teh-DRAH-leh]

Dov’è un Internet caffé? -- Where is an internet café? -- [doh-VEH oon ‘internet cafe’]

Dov’è l’ufficio informazioni turistiche? -- Where is office of information for tourists? -- [doh-VEH loof-FEE-chyoh een-fohr-mah-TSYOH-nee too-REE-stee-keh]

A che ora è il treno per Roma? -- At what hour (when) is the train to Rome? -- [ah keh OH-rah eh eel TREH-noh pehr ROH-mah]

Quanto costa per un’ora? -- How much does it cost per hour? -- [KWAHN-toh KOHS-tah pehr oon-OH-rah]

Quanto costa per chilometro? -- How much does it cost per kilometer? -- [KWAHN-toh KOHS-tah pehr kee-LOH-meh-troh]

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EASY ITALIAN SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

Some Easiest Italian Sentences are so easy that they need no translation because the words similar to English will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy Italian Sentence -- without need of translation.

So from the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other Italian connecting words that are not similar to English.

When you travel to Italy, you will probably see some Italian Sentences That Need No Translation which you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the Italian words in these Easy Italian Sentences.

Examples of Easy Italian Sentences That Need No Translation

After the Italian version of each sentence is the pronunciation of the Italian sentence.

Italian -- [Say Italian]

No! -- [‘no’]

Un momento. -- [oon moh-MEHN-toh]

È interessante. -- [eh een-teh-rehs-SAHN-teh]

È romantico. -- [eh roh-MAHN-tee-koh]

Pago con un travel cheque. -- [pah-goh kohn oon ‘travel check’]

C’è un problema. -- [cheh oon proh-BLEH-mah]

La TV non funziona. -- [lah tee-VOO nohn foon-TSYOH-nah]

L’aria condizionata non funziona. -- [LAH-ryah kohn-dee-tsyoh-NAH-tah nohn foon-TSYOH-nah]

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Questions

Italian -- [Say Italian]

È accessibile ai disabili? -- [eh ah-chehs-SEE-bee-leh AH-ee dee-ZAH-bee-lee]

È il treno per Roma? -- [eh eel TREH-noh pehr ROH-mah]

C’è un’audio guida in inglese? -- [cheh oo-NOW-dyoh GWEE-dah een een-GLEH-zeh]

C’è l’accesso ai disabili? -- [eh lah-CHEH-soh AH-ee dee-ZAH-bee-lee]

C’è la toilette per i disabili? -- [eh lah TWAH-leht pehr ee dee-ZAH-bee-lee]

Ci sono messaggi per me? -- [chee SOH-noh mehs-SAH-djee pehr meh]

Ha un appuntamento? -- [ah oon ahp-poon-tah-MEHN-toh]

Avete un menù in inglese? -- [ah-VEH-teh oon muh-NOO een een-GLEH-zeh]

Avete un ombrellone? -- [ah-VEH-teh oon ohm-brehl-LOH-neh]

Avete informazioni su un’escursione a Roma? -- [ah-VEH-teh een-fohr-mah-TSYOH-nee soo oo-neh-skoor-SYOH-neh ah ROH-mah]

Posso ricevere un fax? -- [POHS-soh ree-CHEH-veh-reh oon ‘fax’]

Quanto costa? -- [KWAHN-toh KOHS-tah]

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Easy Italian Sentences are not the only part of Italian that is easy.

Easy Italian is Italian similar to English.

EASY ITALIAN WORDS look like English words. Some Easy Italian words are spelled exactly like English. Other Easy Italian words are spelled slightly different than English, but look related.

EASY ITALIAN PHRASES contain enough words similar to English that you will be able to understand what the phrases mean.

EASY ITALIAN PRONUNCIATIONS are Italian words pronounced like English, with some spelled exactly like English, and others spelled slightly different than English but still pronounced like English.

EASY ITALIAN GRAMMAR has Italian words similar to English in the same order in Italian as in English (but unfortunately not all Italian grammar is Easy Italian Grammar.)

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Many Italian words are spelled exactly like English. Even more Italian words are spelled slightly different than English -- although easily recognizable as related to English.

Discover how much you know about Italian just because you know English. You will recognize more Italian words than you realize.

Since so many Italian words resemble English, it makes sense to take advantage of your experience with those related words. If you are an English-speaker, you have spent years with these English words that resemble Italian words. You know how to pronounce them, what they mean, how to use them in conversation, all without thinking about them consciously.

If you’ve never studied Italian, you may not realize that you already know many Italian words in English. Easiest Foreign Languages will reveal that you already know quite a bit of Italian, because so many Italian words are similar to English.

The Easy Italian words that are similar to English provide the easiest way to begin learning Italian, and can make learning the Italian language easier for you.

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LINKS TO MORE EASY ITALIAN SENTENCES:


Easiest Italian Sentences.


Some Easiest Italian Sentences Need No Translation.


Easy Italian Phrases.


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