Italian Chapters 1-4

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1 Italian Chapters 1-4 Chapter 1 Vocab Buongiorno classe!- Good Morning Class! Buongiorno professore/ professoressa- Good morning professor Come va? – How’s it going? Molto Bene!- Very well! E tu, come stai?- and how are you? Non c’è male, grazie- Not bad, thanks! Come ti chiami?- What’s your name? Mi chiamo- My name is… E tu, come tu chiami? And you, what’s your name? Che cos’e?- What is it? Una finestra- window Una porta- door Una lavagna luminosa- projector Una lavagna- board Un pezzo di gesso- piece of chalk Una scrivania- desk Una sedia- chair Un banco- desk Non io capito- I didn’t understand Più lentamente, per favore- More slowly, please Può pipetere, per favore?- Can you repeat it please? Chi sei? – Who is it? Uno studente- student (boy) Una studentessa- student (girl) Un insegnante (m.)- teacher (man) Un’insegnante (f.)- teacher (woman) Il libro- book Il quaderno- notebook Il foglio di carta- sheet of paper La penna- pen La matita- pencil A domain- See you tomorrow Arrivederci- Good-bye Ciao-Goodbye Via- street Barista- bar server E- and Desidera?- May I help you? Per favore- please Lei- you Qualcosa- something Io prendo- I’ll have Bere- ok Cosa- what Tu- you Niente- nothing Grazie- thank you Signore- Mr. or Sir Signorina- Miss or Ms. Un’ aranciata- an orange- flavored soda Un bitter- a sparkling bitter drink Una cioccolata caldo- a hot chocolate Una granita di caffe- a coffee- flavored ice cup or dessert Una limonata- lemonade Un succo di frutta- fruit juice Una spremuta- (squeezed) juice Un tè- tea Un caffellate- latte Un cappuccino- cappuccino Corretto- with a dash of liqueur Decaffeinato- decaffeinated Doppio- double Lungo- less concentrated/ long Macchiato- with a drop of milk
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2 Ristretto- strong/ short Amaro- unsweetened Caldo- warm/ hot Dolce- sweet Freddo- cold Con zucchero- with sugar Senza zucchero- without sugar Desiderate (pl. fam.)- May I help you? Would you like something? Desiderano (pl. pol)- May I help you? Would you like something? Non bevo caffè- I don’t drink coffee Ordina per me!- order for me? Per piacere- please Per cortesia- please Prego- You’re welcome/ Yes, what can I do for you? Uno spumone (m.)- a type of gelato Volentieri- gladly Uno zabaione- an eggnog dessert or pudding, sometime a drink Ecco- an expression used to indicate or point out people or things Amici- friends Vacanza- vacation Entrano- they enter Dov’e- where Salve- greetings/ hello Tutti- everyone Como state- how are you (pl.) Vi presento- let me introduce you (pl.) to Piacere- a pleasure Di dove sei?- Where are you from? D’ origine italiano- of Italian
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