The Italian for “Boy”

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’.

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The Italian for “Girl”

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’.

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“Delicious” in Italian

“Delicious” in Italian Delizioso in Italian means delicious. Delizioso delizioso.mp3 The letter z in Italian is pronounced like ‘ts’ in the word ‘rats’.

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“Understand” in Italian

“Understand” in Italian Capire in Italian means to understand. Capire capire.mp3 Capisco in Italian means I understand. Capisco capisco.mp3

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Italian for “Eat”

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

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How to Say “The” in Italian

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.

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Italian for “Garden”

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’.

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Say “Welcome” in Italian

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.

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Italian for “Kitchen”

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’.

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“Happy Birthday” in Italian

“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’.

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Italian for “Cheese”

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.

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Italian for “And”

Italian for “And” E in Italian means and. E e.mp3 Don’t get confuse e with è. E in Italian means e, and

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