The Italian for “Boy” Ragazzo in Italian means boy. Ragazzo ragazzo.mp3 The letter z in Italian is pronounced like ‘ts’ in the word ‘rats’.
The Italian for “Girl” Ragazza in Italian means girl. Ragazza ragazza.mp3 The letter z in Italian is pronounced like ‘ts’ in the word ‘rats’.
“Delicious” in Italian Delizioso in Italian means delicious. Delizioso delizioso.mp3 The letter z in Italian is pronounced like ‘ts’ in the word ‘rats’.
“Understand” in Italian Capire in Italian means to understand. Capire capire.mp3 Capisco in Italian means I understand. Capisco capisco.mp3
The Italian for “President” Presidente in Italian means president. Presidente presidente.mp3
Italian for “City” Città in Italian means city. Città citta.mp3
Italian for “Time” Tempo in Italian means time. Tempo tempo.mp3
Italian for “Beauty” Bellezza in Italian means beauty. Bellezza bellezza.mp3
Italian for “Newspaper” Giornale in Italian means newspaper. Giornale giornale.mp3
“Morning” in Italian Mattina in Italian means morning. Mattina mattina.mp3
Italian for “Meat” Carne in Italian means meat. Carne carne.mp3
Italian for “Police” Polizia in Italian means police. Polizia polizia.mp3
The Italian for “Family” Famiglia in Italian means family. Famiglia famiglia.mp3
Italian for “Train” Treno in Italian means train. Treno treno.mp3
“Princess” in Italian Principessa in Italian means princess. Principessa principessa.mp3
“Perfect” in Italian Perfetto in Italian means perfect. Perfetto perfetto.mp3
“Numbers” in Italian Numeri in Italian means numbers. Numeri numeri.mp3
“Good Morning” in Italian Buona mattina in Italian means Good morning! Buona mattina! buonamattina.mp3
Italian for “Eat” Mangiare in Italian means to eat. Mangiare mangiare.mp3 Mangia in Italian means she/he eats. Mangia mangia.mp3 Mangia! also means eat! (in imperative way). Mangia! mangiaimperativo.mp3
How to Say “Cheers” in Italian Cin cin in Italian means cheers. Cin cin! cincin.mp3
Italian for “Money” Soldi in Italian means the. Soldi soldi.mp3
Italian for “Kitchen” Il, lo, la in Italian means the. Il, lo, la illola.mp3 Each of these words means “the”. Each of them are definite articles. “Il” and “lo” are for the masculine nouns, and “la” is the article for the femminine words.
“How are you” in Italian Come stai in Italian means how are you? Come stai? comestai.mp3
The Italian for “American” Americano in Italian means american. Americano americano.mp3
Italian for “With” Con in Italian means with. Con con.mp3
Italian for “Music” Musica in Italian means music. Musica musica.mp3
Italian for “Language” Lingua in Italian means language. Lingua lingua.mp3
Italian for “Garden” Gente in Italian means people. Giardino giardino.mp3 In Italian if g is followed by e or i , it is always pronounced like ‘j’ in ‘jolly’. So, the ‘gi’ in giardino is pronounced as the single sound ‘j’.
Italian for “People” Gente in Italian means people. Gente gente.mp3
Italian for “Job” Lavoro in Italian means job. Lavoro lavoro.mp3
Italian for “Christmas” Natale in Italian means Christmas. Natale natale.mp3
Say “Welcome” in Italian Benvenuti in Italian means welcome. Benvenuti benvenuti.mp3 Benvenuti is a plural form in Italian, so, when using it you refer to more people than one.
“Beautiful” in Italian Bella in Italian means nice or beautiful. Bella bella.mp3 Use bella if you say it to a female, or bello for a male.
“Merry Christmas” in Italian Buon natale in Italian means Merry christmas. Buon natale! buonnatale.mp3
How to Say “Night” in Italian Notte in Italian means night. Notte notte.mp3
Italian for “Man” Uomo in Italian means man. Uomo uomo.mp3
“I Love You” in Italian Ti amo in Italian means I love you. Ti amo tiamo.mp3
Italian for “Kitchen” Cucina in Italian means kitchen. Cucina cucina.mp3 If c is followed by any other vowel, it is always pronounced hard, like ‘c’ in English ‘coffee’. Therefore cucina is pronounced with a hard ‘c’.
“Happy Birthday” in Italian Buon compleanno in Italian means happy birthday. Buon Compleanno! buoncompleanno.mp3 If c is followed by any other vowel, it is always pronounced hard, like ‘c’ in English ‘coffee’. Therefore compleanno is pronounced with a hard ‘c’.
How to Say “Friend” in Italian Amico/Amica in Italian means friend. Amico amico.mp3 Use amico for a male friend, or amica for a female friend.
Italian for “Cheese” Formaggio in Italian means cheese. Formaggio formaggio.mp3 In Italian if the letter g is followed by e or i , it is always pronounced like ‘j’. Therefore, ‘gio’ in formaggio is pronounced ‘j’ as in English ‘jolly’, for example.
Italian for “Chicken” Pollo in Italian means chicken. Pollo pollo.mp3
Italian for “And” E in Italian means and. E e.mp3 Don’t get confuse e with è. E in Italian means e, and