How to Say “I can’t wait!” in Italian – Non vedo l’ora!

If you’re waiting impatiently for something to happen, such as a visit from a friend or the brand new season of your favourite TV show, the best phrase you can use is non vedo l’ora in Italian. The literal translation is I can’t see the hour (I’m too impatient to envision the moment) but it …

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7 Ways to Say Gorgeous in Italian

Gorgeous is a popular adjective used to describe someone who is beautiful or something that is attractive or pleasant. It can also be used as a term of endearment to flatter someone. There isn’t a direct translation for gorgeous in Italian, but there are lots of words that express more or less the same thing, …

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How to Say “Yes” in Italian – Sì

To say yes in Italian, you use two letters and an accent: sì. Like in English, it is used both as an interjection and a way to express a positive answer. The grave accent above the i is very important. Without the accent, si becomes a noun or a pronoun. (You can read more about …

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How to Say “Water” in Italian – Acqua

Water is one of the most precious resources we have. 60% of our body is made up of it and we use it for many things including washing, drinking and cooking. If there is one Italian city that has a close association with water, it is Venice or Venezia as it is known in Italian. …

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How to Say “How are you?” in Italian – Come stai?

There are many ways to ask a person how he or she is in Italian. Unlike English, there are variations depending on your relationship with the person, or if you’re asking a single person versus a group of people. Come stai? One of the most common phrases is Come stai? where come means how and …

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The Italian Word “Amore”: The meaning in English and more!

Perhaps a seductive signore (gentleman) or sassy signorina (miss) has swept you off your feet. Or maybe you are simply a sucker for romance. Whatever your reasons for wanting to learn how to express your romantic feelings in Italian, we are here to help you do it properly! Learn the meaning of ‘amore’ with our …

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