ITALIAN STUDY GUIDE

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ITALIAN STUDY GUIDE Chapters Preliminare-7 PRELIMINARE : VOCAB Buon giorno Good morning Buona sera Good afternoon Buona notte Good night Ciao Hi, hello, bye Salve Hi, hello Arrivederci Good-bye Ci vediamo See you later A presto See you soon A domani See you tomorrow Piacere Pleased to meet you Grazie Thank you, thanks Prego You’re welcome Come? I beg your pardon? What? Scusi Excuse me (formal) Scusa Excuse me (informal) Per favore, per piacere please CHAPTER 3 VOCAB La Famiglia Il cugino/ la cugina; cousin La figlia: daughter Il figlio: son Il fratello: brother I genitori: parents La madre (la mamma): mother Il marito: husband La moglie: wife Il/la nipote: nephew, niece; granddaughter, grandson La nonna: grandma Il nonno: grandpa Il padre (il papà, il babbo): father La sorella: sister La zia: aunt Lo zio: uncle
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L’Universita L’anno accademico: school year La classe: class (group of students) Il corso: class (course of study) L’esame: (m) test La facoltà: school (within a college) L’insegnante: (m/f) teacher La laurea: university degree La material (di studio): subject matter Gli orali (gli esami orali): oral exam Gli scritti (gli esami scritti): written exam La specializzazione (in): major Gli studi: studies Le Materie Di Studio L’architettura: architecture La biologia: biology La chimica: chemistry L’economia e commercio: business administration La filosofia: philosophy La fisica: physics Il giornalismo: journalism La giurisprudenza, la legge: law L’informatica: computer science L’ingegneria: engineering La letteratura: literature Le lettere: liberal arts Le lingue e le letteatura straniere: foreign languages and literatures La matematica: mathamatics La medicina: medicine La psicologia: psychology La sciena: science Le scienza politiche: political science La sociologia: sociology La storia: history La storia dell’arte: art history GRAMMATICA Verb Conjugations (-are): Lavorare (to work) Lavor o lavor iamo Lavor i lavor ate Lavor a lavor ano Other – are verbs that conjugate like lavorare are:
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Abitare: to live (in a place) Amare: to love Arrivare: to arrive Ascoltare: to listen to Aspettare: to wait, wait for Balare: to dance Cantare: to sing Cercare: to look for Comprare: to buy Frequentare: to attend; to go to Giocare: to play (a sport, a game) Guardare: to watch, look at Imparare: to learn Insegnare: to teach Nuotare: to swim Parlare: to talk, speak Portare: to carry, bring; to take Ricordare: to remember Ritornare: to return (to a place) Salutare: to greet Sciare: to ski Suonare: to play (an instrument) Telefonare: to telephone, call Trovare: to find Verbs whose stem ends in i-, such as cominc i are, mang i are, and stud i are drop the i of the stem before adding the – i ending of the second person singular and the –iamo ending of the first person plural (there is NO double i) Cominciare Mangiare Studiare (to begin) (to eat) (to study) comincio mangio studio cominc i mang i stud i comincia mangia studia cominc iamo mang
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ITA 101 taught by Professor D'agostino during the Fall '07 term at Syracuse.

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