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Let’s dive straight into the fourth and fifth useful sections of the Italian Phrasebook, which are colors and transportations (bus, train, taxi, and how to ask for directions). We’ll practice a lot of useful expressions and words. Enjoy!
Thanks SO VERY MUCH for doing this podcast… it’s very helpful. I have been trying to learn with tapes in my car, and while I know “un po l’Italiano… MOLTO po…” your podcasts are very helpful. There’s no one here to practice with, and I need all the input I can get!
Mille Grazie, BG
You are simply the best. I have been looking for a site and now I found. Congratulations to everybody.
Here in Brazil, we say, like italians, voi siete il burro del burro.
Sto imparando molto. Grazie mille.
Eduardo, from Brazil
Ciao a tutti,
Io mi chiamo Daniele . I knew a bit a bit of Italian before using this service, now i know tons. Molto grazie.
Podcasts in the Phrasebook series are very helpful lessons. They move at a good pace and have some of the most useful info. Can we more like this?
We’ll definitely do more Phrasebook in the future.
This is such a great resource. Just a quick note to let you know the link for phrase book #3 is broken. Keep up the good work. Molto grazie!
Thank you! – About the link: everything seems to be working just fine – I’m able to access, listen, and download the file.
Bok svima (croatian for “ciao a tutti)
this is the most useful site i´ve found on the internet and believe me i´ve searched a loooot. Tnx for great phrase books..
I’m a daily visitor to your site since I subscribed – living in Tuscany, and hopeless at languages, you are my lifeline! Thank you. I too look forward to more phrasebook units.
Ciao Massimo e Jane!
Why was potete used in “potete mostrarmelo sulla carta”?
Why not puo’?
Lyna, “potete” is plural – in this case the question was asked to more than one person, like a little group of people. You would use “puo’ mostrarmelo sulla carta” when asking to one person.
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