Posts Tagged ‘greetings’
Level: Q&A with Jane & Max
Welcome to the all new “Q&A with Jane & Max” episode #1: The Formal Mode. – This time’s question is basic and to the point, but it is important that you know the answer if you want to speak Italian correctly: “When and how do you use the formal mode in Italian?” – Practice this lesson to find the final answer. Enjoy!
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Q&A with Jane & Max – Episode #1
Level: 5 Minutes A Day
Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod.com – Episode #17 of LearnItalianPod “5 Minutes A Day” lesson series is now live! This one is entitled “Mom Is Always Mom”. Like in many other countries, on May 9th 2010 Italians celebrate “Mother’s Day”, and, sure as sunrise, this is a very important day in Italy: in fact, Italians truly love their moms (we’re sure you know this already!) and they love to celebrate their mother’s day in a big way!
So, let’s celebrate “Mother’s Day” the Italian way, by learning and practicing a collection of famous greetings that Italians use year after year to celebrate their moms! On this lesson you’ll definitely find a lot of useful, ready-to-use Italian words, sentences, and expressions that you can use in many different occasions. Enjoy!
[How Would You Say It: The World and The Universe – LearnItalianPod VIP Members Extra Bonus!] Login to the Learning Center to find, as a special extra bonus, a super useful audio file with PDF transcript entitled “How Would You Say It: The World and The Universe“, a terrific way to test and improve your knowledge of Italian by translating words and sentences on the fly.
5 Minutes A Day – Episode #17
Level: How To Italian
Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod! This is the first episode of a new series called “How To Italian” that we’re adding to our podcasts. “How To Italian” are 5 to 7 minutes audio lessons that will show you “how to” successfully learn, practice, and master a very specific topic of the Italian Language. What’s important to say is that, on this series, we will only speak “the real, informal, everyday Italian”, the one you will hear if you ever happen to mingle with real Italians.
Today, we are going to re-explore how to greet people but in a more down-to-earth, “real-life” kind of way. And, if you are a LearnItalianPod VIP subscriber, you’ll just LOVE the way you’ll be able to practice these “How To Italian” episodes – we promise you it will be the closest thing to a real dialogue with an Italian. Benvenuti a “How To Italian”, everybody!
How To Italian – Episode Nr. 1
In Italian, the way you greet someone is quite important: the type of greeting reflects the social hierarchy among people. So, how would you greet your boss, or a client you’re meeting for the the first time? Let’s find out today.
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