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Italian Lesson
Presentarsi (Introducing Yourself)

introducing onself in Italian

Lesson useful words!

Nationality
Giapponese (Japanese), Italiano (Italian), Americano (American), Inglese (English), Francese (French), Spagnolo (Spanis), Cinese (Chinese).

And if your're a woman
Giapponese (Japanese), Italiana (Italian), Americana (American), Inglese (English, Francese (French), Spagnola( Spanish), Cinese (Chinese).

Click on play, listen and repeat.

Occupation
Impiegato (employee), studente (student), pensionato (retired), dottore (doctor), avvocato (lawyer), insegnante (teacher).

And if you're a woman
Impiegata (employee), studentessa (student), casalinga (housewife), pensionata (retired), dottoressa (doctor), avvocatessa (lawyer), insegnante (teacher).

Click on play, listen and repeat.

Numbers
1~1011~100

 


Useful phrases!

  • Piacere. (How do you do? Nice to meet you.) 
  • Mi chiamo Smith. (My name's Smith.)
  • Sono americano. (I'm American.)
  • Ho 32 anni. (I'm 32 years old.)
  • Vivo a Boston. (I live in Boston.)
  • Sono impiegato. (I'm an employee.)

Click on play, listen and repeat.

Let's practice!

  • Piacere.
  • Mi chiamo ~
  • Sono ~ .
  • Ho ~ anni.
  • Vivo a ~ .
  • Sono ~.

Click on play, listen and repeat.

And if someone asks you

Come si chiama? (What's your name?) 
Di dov'è? (Where are you from?)
Quanti anni ha? (How old are you?)
Dove vive? (Where do you live?) 
Che lavoro fa? (What's your job?)

Click on play, listen and repeat.

Negative Clause

Non mi chiamo Bob, mi chiamo John. 
My name's not Bob, it's John.) 
Non sono inglese, sono americano. 
(I'm not English, I'm American )
Non vivo a New York, vivo a Boston.
(I'm not from New York, I'm from Boston.)
Non sono studente, sono dottore.
(I'm not a student, I'm a doctor.)

Click on play, listen and repeat.

Hai capito? Did you understand?

Look at the picture, listen to the dialogue and try to answer the questions.


1 Where is he from?   

2 How old is he?   

3 What's his job?

 

Send the answers and you'll have them corrected:

info@veronissima.com

 

 
 
italian lessons
1 I NUMERI
(Numbers 1~10)
2 ORDINARE
(At the restaurant)
3 VESTITI
(In a dress shop)
4 I NUMERI
(Numbers -100)
5 IN STAZIONE
(At the station)
6 CHECK IN
(At the airport)
7 IN ALBERGO
(At the hotel)
8 SALUTI
(Greetings)
9 PRESENTARSI
(Introducing Oneself)
10 DIREZIONI
(Asking Directions)