Tutorial Transcript

Hi, and welcome to my channel as you can read from the title this video is for very beginners So in this video. I'm going to tell you 12 phrases or sentences that Will for sure Kickstart Your Italian learning journey, okay, so let's start I'm going to pronounce this sentences And you will have the text right here with the translation in English Ciao Ciao [is] the most common? Way to greet someone and you can you can say it both when you arrive and when you leave so it's very different from English for example is One word you have to write it in one word because it is one word buon giorno [Ana] means good morning, and you say, Buongiorno [when] you wake up in the morning, or when you have to greet someone? That you don't know very well, so that someone you're not very acquainted with our levy dirt-cheap Is the formal greeting that you have to use when you leave? It means thank you You can also say grazie Mille that means thank you very much Grazie mille per Favore. it means please it's composed of two words per Favore if you are for example Visiting italy and you need to ask for directions You can approach someone and tell them miss [cousy] [pastafarian] and Amanda Miss Kuzey so in this context it means Excuse me. Can I ask you something can I ask you for directions? Miss [Kuzey] pessoa Delay when información A it means. How are you and you asked? Come stai to your family and to [your] friends if you want to be more formal you say Kamusta and that way you're using the Polite form in Italian how do you answer this question you say Bene grazie? It means fine. Thank you. It is polite not to answer I am Terrible for example you don't say that you just say Bene grazie even if it's not true in English Then you have I love you and in Italian. I love you can be two different sentences T-Value Bene Te Amo T-value [Bennett] is used among family and friends Yama has a more passionate feel to it So [you] would say [that] - you would say that to your girlfriend [to] your boyfriend to your husband to your wife meet this piace Me this piace it means I'm sorry [I'm] sorry Miss P. Asha, you could also say Scusa Scusa it also means. I'm sorry piacere Di. Kono shetty piacere de Conocerte it means nice to meet you if you want to use the Formal form you have to say piacere di cunha Sheila and therefore use the polite [form] in Italian Preciate it [the] con of [Sheila] so that was it that was Easy and Painless, I hope so thank you so much for watching this video if you want more beginners video I have a playlist for you. Which you can find in the infobox below So go [ahead] [and] have a look and I'll see you in my next videos down