Some English Needs No Translation For Italian because the words similar Italian to will enable understanding of what is meant.
Use the spelling and/or sound of each English word similar to Italian to help you figure out its meaning.
So from the key words similar to Italian you should be able to make out the meanings of the other English connecting words that are not similar to Italian. Use the words similar to Italian as clues to the meanings of the other English words.
Try to just get the overall meaning of each sentence without trying to translate each unfamiliar English word. Many are like sentences in Italian that express ideas you have said or heard often before.
Consider each sentence as a puzzle you can probably solve. Have fun with the challenge of it. See how far down the list you can get.
This list starts with the easiest English sentences for Italian-speakers to figure out, and then progresses to more challenging ones.
[In the following pronunciation guide, only English words pronounced like Italian are included now, enclosed in single quotation marks. The rest of the English pronunciations will be added later.]
Some English Needs No Translation For Italian
ENGLISH -- [Say] [More Pronunciations will be added]
No! -- [‘no’]
I’ll pay by travel cheque.
There’s a problem.
I am American.
I am English.
I’m single. -- [‘single’]
I’m separated. --
I’m divorced. --
I’m diabetic. --
I’m vegetarian. --
I’m allergic to gluten.
I’m allergic to penicillin.
I’m allergic to antibiotics.
I’m gay. -- [‘gay’]
I am here for a conference.
I suffer from arthritis.
Let me present my colleague Nino.
The TV does not function.
The air conditioner does not function.
ENGLISH -- [SAY ENGLISH ]
Is it difficult?
Is it romantic?
Is it kosher? -- [‘kosher’]
Is it accessible for the disabled?
Is this the train to Rome?
Is there a computer? -- [‘computer’]
Is there wireless (internet)? -- [‘wireless’]
Is there a sauna?
Is there a restaurant?
Is there a guide in English?
Is there an audio guide in English?
Is there access for the disabled?
Is there a toilet for the disabled?
Are there any messages for me?
Do you have an appointment?
Have you got a certificate of authenticity?
Have you got an allergy?
Have you got jeans ? -- [‘jeans’]
Have you got a menu?
Have you got a menu in English?
Have you got a pen?
Have you got a battery?
Have you got an umbrella?
Have you got a calendar of events ?
Have you got information on an excursion to Rome?
Is it possible to receive a fax ? -- [‘fax’]
Where is the bar? -- [‘bar’]
Where is the check-in? -- [‘check-in’]
Where is the zoo?
Where is the bank?
Where is the park?
Where is the stadium?
Where is the museum?
Where is the toilet?
Where is the airport?
Where is the supermarket? -- [‘super’]
Where is the castle?
Where is a barber?
Where is the valley?
Where is the forest?
Where is the mountain?
Where is a film?
Where is an opera?
Where is a casino?
Where is an internet café? -- [‘internet cafe’]
Where is office of information?
Where is office of information for tourists?
Where are the taxis? -- [‘taxi’]
At what hour is the train?
At what hour is the train to Rome?
How much does it cost?
How much does it cost per hour?
When does it finish?
When do we arrive?
Some English sentences have words in a different order than they would be in Italian, but in spite of this you should be able to understand what the following sentences mean.
ENGLISH -- [Pronunciations will be added]
We do not accept credit cards.
My credit card does not function.
I have an allergic reaction.
I have a vaginal infection.
I would like a local beer.
I would like an imported beer.
I would like an economy auto.
I would like an antiseptic cream.
I would like insect repellent.
I would like contact lens solution.
It’s not fresh.
That does not interest me.
Is it possible to pay by credit card?
Is it possible to use a credit card?
Is there an economical restaurant?
How much will it cost me?
When are visiting hours?
What is the fax number? -- [‘fax’]
What is the international prefix?
What is the international prefix for Canada? -- [‘Canada’]
Where is the picnic area?
Where is the post office?
Where is the commercial center?
Where is the botanical garden?
FOR AN EASIER VERSION
For an easier version of these sentences -- with Italian translations -- go to the web page Easiest English Sentences For Italian. There these same sentences and more appear along with the Italian translations to help you understand the English sentences more easily.