Author/Inventor Mike Ellis brings you Italian Slanguage A Fun Visual Guide to Italian Terms and Phrases. It's simple: follow the illustrated prompts and read the English words out loud, and soon you'll be speaking Italian.

This handy, easy-to-read language guide is easy to carry and gives the basic phrases you need while traveling, asking directions, or ordering food at a restaurant. It also includes phrases for medical or legal emergencies, as well as terminology for hotels, airports, and so on. But most of all, it's just plain fun! And soon you'll be talking like the locals in Rome, Italy!

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Phrases below were requests from slanguage fans. Please email your requests to Slanguage author Mike Ellis and he'll post them here Email Mike Ellis

 


Caio (Can mean hello or goodbye)
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Caio tutti
(Hello everybody)
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Ben venuto
(Welcome)
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Ben venuti
(Welcome everybody)
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Buona sera
(Good evening)
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Come sta?
(How are you?)
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Molto bene
(Very well)
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Che se dice?
(What do you say?)
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No molto lei?
(Not much yourself?)
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Bellisima
(Beautiful)

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Buon gusto
(enjoy)

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Come si chiama?
(What's your name?)

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Mi chiamo...
(My name's...)

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Here's a long phrase. Say it quickly with emphasis on the red words. Throw your hands around a little bit and you're speaking and living Italian.

Chow 2 Tee Messed Tom Mole Toe Benny Kay Said Each?
Ciao tutti. Come sta molto bene che se dice?
(Hi everybody. How are you? Very well what do you say?)
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