Some Italian Phrases Need No Translation because the words similar to English will enable you to understand what is meant.
Use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out its meaning.
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. Use the words similar to English as clues to the meanings of the other Italian words.
Try to just get the overall meaning of each phrase without trying to translate each unfamiliar Italian word. Many are like phrases in English that express ideas you have said or heard often before.
The easiest way is to just read them. Or if you see some you might possibly use when you travel to Italy, you can try to pronounce them, which is not easiest.
Consider each phrase as a puzzle you can probably solve. Have fun with the challenge of it. See how far down the list you can get.
ITALIAN PHRASES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION
ITALIAN -- [SAY ITALIAN]
accessibile ai disabili -- [ah-chehs-SEE-bee-leh AH-ee dee-ZAH-bee-lee]
allergico/a agli antibiotici -- [ahl-LEHR-jee-koh/kah AHL-yee ahn-tee-BYOH-tee-chee]
allergico/a alla penicillina -- [ahl-LEHR-jee-koh/kah AHL-lah peh-nee-cheel-LEE-nah]
soluzione per le lenti contatto -- [soh-loo-TSYOH-neh pehr leh LEHN-tee kohn-TAHT-toh]
treno espresso -- [TREH-noh eh-SPREHS-soh]
treno locale -- [TREH-noh loh-KAH-leh]
FOR AN EASIER VERSION
For an easier version of these phrases -- with English translations -- go to the web page Easiest Italian Phrases, where these same phrases and more appear along with the English translations to help you understand the Italian phrases more easily.
FOR A GREATER CHALLENGE
For a greater challenge, go to the web page Easiest Italian Sentences, where some of these same phrases appear in easy Italian sentences.