Italian Final Study Sheet

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Italian Final Study Sheet Chapter 8 Dialogo Vocab • Seduto- seated • Festeggiare- to celebrate • Il compleanno- birthday • Intorno- around • Il medico- doctor • Ambedue- both • Tanti anguri!- Best wishes! • Compiere gli anni- to have a birthday • Cantare- to sing • Felice- happy • Divertirsi- to enjoy oneself • La torta- cake • Buon appetito!- Enjoy your meal! • Troppo- too much Quanti anni hai? • Quanti anni hai (fam)/ ha (pl)- How old are you? • Ho diciannove anni- I’m 19 years old • Compiere gli anni- to turn so many years old • Festeggiare il compleanno- to celebrate a birthday • Buon compleanno- Happy birthday! • Buon giornata- Have a nice day! • Buon fortuna- Good luck! • Buon appetito- Enjoy your meal! • Tanti auguri- Best wishes! • Tante belle cose!- All the best! Ti Diverti o ti annoi? • Divertirsi- to enjoy oneself • Annoiarsi- to become bored • Ti diverti?- are you enjoying yourself • Si diverti?- Are you enjoying yourself (pol) • Mi diverto- I’m enjoying myself • Non mi diverto- I’m not enjoying myself • Si/ Ti annoi- Do you get bored? • Mi annoio- I get bored • Non mi annoio- I don’t get bored Troppo • Used as an adverb: o La giornata è troppo lunga- This day is too long o La lezione è troppo difficile- This class is too difficult • Used as an adjective (agreeing with the noun it modifies): o Ci sono troppi studenti in classe- There are too many students in class o Ho fatto troppo cosa ieri- I did too many things yesterday Caro povero • The adjectives caro (dear) and povero (por) can be put before or after the nouns they modify. But positions alter the meanings • Before: o È un caro amico- He’s a dear friend 2 o Povero ragazzo!- Poor boy! • After: o È un libro caro- It’s an expensive book o Lui è un ragazzo povero- Hes a poor boy Mesteri e professioni L’ avvocato l’ avvocato = lawyer Il commesso la commessa = store clerk Il dottore la dottoressa = doctor L’impiegato l’ impiegata = office worker L’ ingegnere l’ ingegnere = engineer L’ operaio l’ operaia = factory worker Il professore la professoressa = teacher Lo studente la studentessa = student Fare il medico • The formula fare l’ avvocato/ fare il medico, etc is used to indicate that someone practices a certain profession and has a certain job o Mia madre fa ‘avvocato- My mother is a lawyer o Mia sorella f ail medico- my sister is a doctor • If the noun is modified, essere + indefinite article are used o Mio padre è un bravo avvocato- My father is a good lawyer o Mia sorella è un bravo medico- my sister is a good doctor Grammatica Il presente progressivo • The ongoing action is said with the present progressive o Scrivo = sto scrivendo= I am writing • The present progressive is made up of 2 parts: o The present indicative of the verb stare o The gerund of the verb Stare Sto staimo Stai state Sta stanno Are ando Ere endo Ire endo Bere bevendo = drinking...
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