Buongiorno (good morning), grazie (thank you), arrivederci (good bye), vino (wine), formaggio (cheese), mela (apple), banane (bananas), birra (beer), pasta (pasta), torta (cake), caffè (coffee), cappuccino (cappuccino), pizza (pizza), pera (pear), bianco (white), rosso (red), quanto costa/costano (how much is it? when asking price for a singular object or plural), euro (euro).
Store clerk: Buongiorno.
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In Italy, if just say "un caffé" when ordering a coffee, you will get an espresso. You can say "caffé americano" to have an American coffee.