• HAPPY Hour order drinks in Italian: FREE lesson


    Ciao a tutti, another FREE lesson for anybody interested in learning Italian in Manchester or online via Skype.

    Source: via Erin on Pinterest


    It’s 6 o’clock Friday and you’re in Italy. It’s time to order your aperitif in Italian. Here’s how:

    Italian English
    Signore, Signora Sir, Madam, also used when trying to get the attention of a waiter, waitress
    un aperitivo an aperitif
    Volentieri! Yes, that’s very kind!
    certo of course
    subito straight away
    Grazie! Thank you!
    Prego! used in response to Grazie!
    Cin cin! Cheers!
    Italian English
    Prende un aperitivo? Would you like an aperitif? formal
    Prendo un aperitivo analcolico I’ll have a non-alcoholic aperitif
    Per… …chi è? …il signore …me Who is it for? For the gentleman For me
    Li porto I’ll bring them

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